Tech ed center taking shape

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July 13, 2016 - 12:00 AM

LAHARPE — Classes will start in less than six weeks — Aug. 22, to be precise — and most of the pieces are in place for the grand opening of the much-anticipated regional technical education center.

Ray Maloney, who owns the former Diebolt Lumber Company buildings that will serve as the tech ed center’s home base east of LaHarpe, is putting the finishing touches to ensure the building is ready for students.

He will be among the organizers hosting “From Students To Workforce,” a public introduction to the tech ed center at 8 a.m. Monday.

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