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How do women learn basic carpentry skills so they can maintain their home? Girls at Work is a unique program based in New Hampshire and their mission is to empower girls by teaching them woodworking, design and carpentry skills that challenge their minds and lift their spirits ... because they see what they can accomplish with their very own hands.
Girls at Work is spending 2 days at New Outlook Teen Center in Exeter, NH. Working in teams, the girsl will learn woodworking skills and build adirondack chairs as seeing what's possible is the best way to validate new skills. This radio show will take place at the end of day 1, when Tina Gleisner from the Assn of Women Home Owners, talks with the girls to capture their experience live. You won't want to miss this very special show.
PS Once the chairs are built, they will be painted by local artists and auctioned off to raise funds for programming at the New Outlook Teen Center.
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