Grass Valley Woodshop Students Create Sifting Boxes to Benefit Camp Fire Victims
GRASS VALLEY – The woodshop team at Magnolia Intermediate School is hoping the sifting boxes they’ve made will be a meaningful tool for helping victims of the Camp Fire rebuild their lives. It’s a simple project, just a broken down two-by-four trimmed, prepped and assembled. “In the ashes of their homes they will be able to grab the sifters and sift through stuff to find heirlooms, rings, necklaces, anything that hasn’t melted in the fire,” said eighth grader, Grace Pratt.