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The trades alternative

"The trades alternative" Continued...

Issue: "Agony and ecstasy," April 7, 2012

Young people job shadow, visit DMACC vocational classes, and get to work at welding and other tasks. Middle-school kids build "chopper" bicycles and take them home, with the creative process of making a bike opening their eyes. They begin to learn what Nelson emphasizes: "God never said one job was better than the other."

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