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Skyline High builds bench, planter for health department

From left, Richard Strunk, instructor of the foundation class at Skyline High School, poses for a photo with students Blake Daniels, Chrisian Gutierrez and Matthew Jenkins, who built a bench and planter for the Warren County Health Department. Not pictured are students Noah Vencill and Hunter Munson who also helped construct the donated items. Courtesy photo

The Lord Fairfax Health District and the Warren County Health Department have announced that members of Skyline High School's Tech Foundation Class, under the instruction of Richard Strunk, recently received a bench and planter box that will beautify the Health Department entrance. The wood for the items was donated by 84 Lumber and the soil and flowers for the planter by Southern States.

The Lord Fairfax Health District includes health departments in Clarke County, Frederick/Winchester, Page County, Shenandoah County and Warren County, as well as the Frederick/Winchester Environmental Health office. For more information about services that the health district provides, visit www.vdh.virginia.gov/LHD/LordFairfax/.


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