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One Class at a Time: La Pine High’s Forestry and Natural Resources program is very much hands-on

From sawing logs to climbing poles, La Pine High School's Forestry and Natural Resources program has students competing while learning skills that could help them in fields from forest management to firefighting, and they have earned this month's $1,000 One Class at a Time check from Mid Oregon Credit Union.

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Tyson Beauchemin

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