Students at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center built nine
open-framed fishing shelters for trout anglers at Gilmer
County's Cedar Creek State Park. The work came under a new
cooperative agreement that allows industrial-arts students
to work on parks-related projects.   Courtesy photo

An effort to have West Virginia's industrial-arts students do work for the state's parks has borne its first fruit.

At Cedar Creek State Park in Gilmer County, nine new metal-roofed shelters hug the banks of the park's popular fishing ponds. Students from the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center built the open-sided shelters, which are designed to protect fishermen from inclement weather. Park personnel installed them.

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