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Saturday October 21st, 2017 12:57AM

Gainesville: Nominations sought for Master Craftsmen Awards

By AccessWDUN staff

Featherbone Communiversity and Lanier Technical College are seeking nominations for this year's Master Craftsmen Awards.

The awards, to be presented October 17, seek to showcase the industry and promote to young people and the community the importance of construction in the economy while recognizing those individuals with outstanding skills in their trade.

The deadline for nominaitons is September 16.

Click here for more information, including details on the nomination process.

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