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Anybody need a garage, hunting shack, or shed built?

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Mods- First of all I am not profiting monetary from this. Don't see why I should have to pay for advertisment when we are a construction class at SCSU looking for a project to do. If you have any concerns, please email me at


We are students in a construction class, ETS 336 at SCSU.

We were working two days a week on a habitat for humanity project near Co. Rd. 75.

They are not giving enough for us to do as we could use the experience.

We would like to provide our labor at no cost

(a small donation for shop equipment would be nice)

to build a garage, hunting shack or shed.

The only return we would get is valuable experience we can use to become more proficient at carpentry.

And it would fulfill the learning objective of this class more than Habitat for Humanity would.

You would provide the construction materials, we build at no cost.

If you are interested, please email me at

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