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Published: Thursday, 11/22/2007

WHITMER HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS BUILD A HOUSE FOR SANTA

NBRW house23p  Whitmer Construction Academy seniors with the house they built for Santa Claus, under the direction of teacher Phil Kraus (cq), standing at right,  in Toledo, Ohio on November 15, 2007. The house will be disassembled and moved to Levis Commons in Perrysburg, Ohio on November. Designed by The Collaborative, the house collapses for storage. The Blade/Jetta Fraser NBRW house23p Whitmer Construction Academy seniors with the house they built for Santa Claus, under the direction of teacher Phil Kraus (cq), standing at right, in Toledo, Ohio on November 15, 2007. The house will be disassembled and moved to Levis Commons in Perrysburg, Ohio on November. Designed by The Collaborative, the house collapses for storage. The Blade/Jetta Fraser
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Think these seniors in the Construction Academy at Whitmer High School will get nice gifts for Christmas? They should, because they've built Santa a house, which will be used by the Jolly Old Elf at Levis Commons in Perrysburg during the holidays. The house is collapsible for easy storage, where it will await use next year. They are, all from left: kneeling, Brandon Capron, James Keller, John Emch, Josh Frank, and Zach Cantrell; standing, Miles Ellis, Mike Cherry, Alex Connelly, Ashlee Fisher, John Fischer, Keith Smith, and teacher Phil Kraus; in window, first row, Shawn Wingate and Mike King, and back row, Steve Schneider, and Tyler Anderson. Not pictured, Matt Corron.



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