CATA Building Construction students Dusty Burney, Payton Oden and Colton Robison install a birdhouse as Woodland Haus Assisted Living Director Mary Briscoe and residents Billie J. Parker and Elva Cucunato look on. (Photo courtesy Mike Burkett/CATA)
CULLMAN – This past week, Cullman Area Technology Academy (CATA) SkillsUSA club members from the school’s Building Construction program offered up a little community service for the residents at Woodland Haus Assisted Living in Cullman. SkillsUSA Club President Dusty Burney, Payton Oden and Colton Robison installed birdhouses in flower beds around the property, to the delight of residents.
Building Construction teacher/SkillsUSA advisor Mike Burkett told The Tribune, “Community service is an integral part of the SkillsUSA curriculum at CATA, and we encourage all of our students to participate, not only for the technical learning, but in becoming an overall good person and giving back to your community, also known as leadership. These three students have consistently excelled in community service and leadership, and I am very proud to be their teacher.”
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