Tools of the trade


The Rhode Island Building Officials Association along with Netcoh Sales of Warwick and DeWalt tools recently presented 18 high school vocational students from the Warwick Career Center, Woonsocket Vocational School and the Coventry Vocational School with more that $300 in tools and gift certificates to help as they start their careers. The “Tools of the Trade” scholarships are awarded to seniors who have successfully passed the International Code Council building codes program and testing. In a ceremony held in Warwick City Council Chambers, the students received their toolboxes and certificates. Picture are students from the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center (from left) Addison Oliviera, Nick Horne, Derek Penta, Matt Kelly, Cameron Martians, Max Vosborugh and Adam Beatrice; (standing from left) Michael Haynes of the Career Center, Warwick Building Official Al DeCorte, Samuel and Carol Netcoh, Joseph Warner, vice president of the RI Builders Association, William Nash of the Code Council, Wayne Pimental, president of the RI Building Officials Association, Dennis Ford of Netcoh Sales and Jason Hargreaves of Dewalt. (Warwick Beacon photo)


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