Future Rosies at Camp

From WLWT t.v. in Cincinnati:

Camp Teaches Girls About Carpentry, Welding

‘Rosie’s Girls’ Learn Technical Skills

CINCINNATI — A group of area girls is learning to adopt a can-do attitude at a YWCA summer camp.
Rosie’s Girls, named for the World War II-era icon “Rosie the Riveter,” are learning traditionally male technical skills such as welding and carpentry at Woodward High School.
“They told me it would be something I’ve never done before and that I’m in for a treat, and they’re right,” said camper Kayla Nunn, a Clark Montessori student.

Read more, AND catch a video at the station’s website: http://www.wlwt.com/news/28550295/detail.html#ixzz1Sa2YNrOw

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