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Riding solo: Freeman High School student Tyler Haase, 15, gives the controls on a Caterpillar Mini loader a spin during Career Construction Day at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center on Wednesday. The two-day program gives middle and high school students throughout the region a hands-on opportunity to explore equipment, operate machines and be exposed to career paths in the trade industries from local professionals. (Colin Mulvany)
Riding solo: Freeman High School student Tyler Haase, 15, gives the controls on a Caterpillar Mini loader a spin during Career Construction Day at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center on Wednesday. The two-day program gives middle and high school students throughout the region a hands-on opportunity to explore equipment, operate machines and be exposed to career paths in the trade industries from local professionals. (Colin Mulvany)


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