Yesterday, the Indiana Kentucky Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters (IKORCC) Membership Action Committee of Carpenters Local 175 Lo
Volunteers Form Carpenters Local 357 are leading the way in volunteering to help build a Habitat for Humanity home for Paducah resident Tineka Bard Zarlunga.
Brenna & Jacob - they're just two of the reasons Louisville carpenters volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House of Louisville last week.
Last week, Ashland members were busy giving back their time and talent to the community.
The Junior Achievement Center of Kentuckiana is looking a little more diverse this school year with a new storefront that explores skilled trades in carpentry, floorcovering and as a millwright.
The lack of a student loan debt after graduating and the ability to earn while you learn has become increasingly attractive to graduating students.
Last week Union Carpenters kicked off the Kentucky Derby Festival with a bang at Thunder Over Louisville, a day-long air show and firework display at nightfall over the Ohio River.
The event brought Kentucky carpenters together to educate visitors on becoming a Union Carpenter and the future opportunities in the field. Thunder Over Louisville brought thousands of spectators to the Kentucky and Indiana shorelines.
Saturday volunteers with the Indiana Kentucky Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters spent the day honoring our nation's bravest at the Kentucky Derby Festival in Louisville. The festival gave free admission to vets and their families for their annual Military Appreciation Day & Tyler Farr concert.
Funerals are supposed to be a time for reflection and finding peace, however, in The Northeast Kentucky Veteran's Cemetery pigeons were making that difficult for veteran’s families.
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