Students at Patterson High’s ag welding program create lavender drying racks out of wood, chain and coat hangers for the Rising Sun vocational farm program that serves young disabled adults.
Students at Patterson High’s ag welding program create lavender drying racks out of wood, chain and coat hangers for the Rising Sun vocational farm program that serves young disabled adults. Patterson Joint Unified School District
Students at Patterson High’s ag welding program create lavender drying racks out of wood, chain and coat hangers for the Rising Sun vocational farm program that serves young disabled adults. Patterson Joint Unified School District

Hangers rise to the challenge for Vernalis school training adults with disabilities

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