Carpenters Union Local 1243 Apprentices
by Jereme Green
This page is donated to the Carpenters Union Local 1243 apprentices that created the stage for Fairbanks Children's Museum. The new stage is kind of like a jigsaw puzzle it is built and six separate pieces and it creates one big stage. It's like a honeycomb stage Brenda Riley said who is the director of the Museum's specification.
According to this article that I have read it was designed this way so that the staff can use either the entire stage or just use parts one at a time.
This stage is a great platform for people who are doing seminars for life lessons. It can be used for exhibits and other types of ideas that the stage could be used for.
Any volunteer work that the Carpenters Union gets involved in is always a bonus. It is very nice when people lend a helping hand to their community and that is what the Carpenters Union is all about. The Carpenters Union not only does work to feed their families but also helps families as well. And helps out the communities in a hole. So once again this is Jereme Green reporting from the Fairbanks Children's Museum in in Alaska.