Tyler Wood, left, and Jesse Mendonca on, both students  in Greater Lowell Tech’s Metal Fabrication program, show off their handiwork recently at Old
Tyler Wood, left, and Jesse Mendonca on, both students in Greater Lowell Tech's Metal Fabrication program, show off their handiwork recently at Old Home Day. COURTESY PHOTO

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TYNGSBORO -- More than 25 students from Greater Lowell Technical High School participated in the recent 13th annual Dracut Old Home Day.

"Community and business partnerships are part of Greater Lowell Tech's basic philosophy," said Lauryn Martin, the student-activities coordinator. "It's a great way for us to connect and strengthen relationships with the communities we serve. We'll definitely be back next year."

GLTHS was one of more than 200 organizations manning booths for the day. The school's technical programs offered demonstrations for visitors.

Metal Fabrication displayed benches that were designed and built by students; also on display from Metal Fab was the logo of the UMass Lowell River Hawks, which will be placed at LeLacheur Park, a sword that was designed for a Camelot-themed Superintendent's Dinner, and the SkillsUSA National medal, won this past summer in Kansas City.

Painting and Design displayed its two model home designs. The scale models show the different interior-design ideas and concepts using a miniature home from last year's senior project.

Cosmetology students sold hair extensions and applied the extensions, and students also provided face-painting.


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