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'From frame to finish'


Bay Path students complete house build



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A few of the more than 100 students who worked on the house are seniors AJ Avedian, Erin Hannon, Holly Ostertard, Joshua Creelman, and junior Logyn Shea. Amanda Collins. (click for larger version)
June 26, 2012
WEBSTER — On a sunny Sunday afternoon, June 24, Tony Gargulinski looked out the window of his new Point Breeze Road home, taking in a stunning view of Webster Lake and watching a string of boats sail by.

"This is exactly how I envisioned it," he said with a smile.

While Gargulinski has lived on the lake for 17 years, the view is new to him. Two years ago he purchased the lot next to the small cabin he lived in for nearly two decades, and in September construction of his new, three-story, contemporary-style home began. The 2,600-square-foot, two-bedroom, three-and-half-bathroom house that now stands at 94 Point Breeze Road was built almost entirely by teenagers — framed, roofed, and wired by Bay Path students.

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

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