Home with style: Students Jake Moore, Nathan Kniggy and Will Harding with TAFE teacher Glenn McKirdy. Picture: John VeageCARPENTRY students from Sutherland College, Gymea campus, received top recognition for their design of a dog kennel.
As part of the TAFE NSW Doghouse Challenge, they won the “best decoration award” in the annual contest that expands skill development.
Each team was given materials to build a doghouse, and it was then up to students to use their creativity to come up with a concept.
TAFE NSW will donate the kennel to the RSPCA to help it raise money to help dogs in need of a new homes.
The design challenge will be on Channel 7’s Better Homes and Gardens at 7.30pm on Friday, October 5.
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