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Capital High woodworkers show compassion through creativity
30 September 2019
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Big Hearts Under the Big Sky

Students holding metal signOn the front page of the Helena Independent Record today is an article about the young men from Capital High school, led by a world-class educator Jim Weber, who dedicated last semesters’ work to the Big Hearts program. They have built three truckloads of rustic furniture, made from reclaimed hardwood pallets, and donated these items for auction on behalf of MOGAs Big Hearts program. In the article, the author recognizes the school, the deed of these remarkable young men, the work of Montana Outfitters and Guides Association and the upcoming Big Hearts Banquet and Auction.

“The greatest thing you can give somebody is your time,” Mac Minard, executive director of the Montana Outfitters and Guides Association, told a class of sophomore woodworking students at Capital High Thursday.

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