The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891



January 30, 2020

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Students beautify the playground at the J.A. Wendt Elementary School while learning how to spread bark chips during one of Kyle Hurley's class periods.

Students in the Wahkiakum High School's FFA and the Career and Technical Education programs have been busy learning on campus and around the community.

They've made several trips to the Beaver Creek Fish Hatchery, clipping fish, and helping with daily chores and studies.

FFA and CTE students made holiday wreaths to sell as a fundraiser during the holiday season. They also attended the Holiday Bazaar at the Elochoman Slough Marina, to teach people how to make wreaths of their own.

They've been active around campus with several projects, including spreading bark chips at the playground at the elementary school and have talked to local tradesmen, including Kevin Vik of the Wahkiakum County PUD, about their work.

Courtesy photo.

Students clipped fins on about 1800 fish at the Beaver Creek Fish Hatchery.


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