Sam McGee demonstrates how to lay brick during at a masonry course at the Chester County Career Center on Tueday. McGee, owner of a North Carolina masonry company, has agreed to hire anyone who completes the course.
Sam McGee demonstrates how to lay brick during at a masonry course at the Chester County Career Center on Tueday. McGee, owner of a North Carolina masonry company, has agreed to hire anyone who completes the course.
Sam McGee demonstrates how to lay brick during at a masonry course at the Chester County Career Center on Tueday. McGee, owner of a North Carolina masonry company, has agreed to hire anyone who completes the course.

Building a new life -- one brick at a time

August 08, 2007 12:41 AM

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