Juvenile inmates learn job skills on wind turbine project

May 3, 2014 by  
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Juvenile inmates learn job skills on wind turbine project

Juvenile inmates learn job skills on wind turbine project

DeVonte Matlock, 18, works on a wind turbine at the Central Oklahoma Juvenile Center on Wednesday as counselor Richard Yahola (right) looks on in Tecumseh. Teens from the center have worked on components and installed the turbine on the grounds of the facility. STEVE SISNEY/The Oklahoman



Posted: Saturday, May 3, 2014 12:00 am
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Updated: 6:42 am, Sat May 3, 2014.

Juvenile inmates learn job skills on wind turbine project

By PAUL MONIES NewsOK.com

TulsaWorld.com

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TECUMSEH — Seeing the towering turbines of a wind farm near Calumet during a field trip this year impressed and inspired teenagers DeVonte Matlock and Dyllan Hulsey.


But it wasn’t your typical educational field trip. Matlock, 18, and Hulsey, 17, are juvenile offenders at the Central Oklahoma Juvenile Center in Tecumseh, one of the state’s two institutions run by the Office of Juvenile Affairs.

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Updated: 6:42 am.


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