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Teaching Life Skills In Kona

Youth ages 12-18 learned how to skin, dress, and butcher pigs, lamb, and chickens at Kona Vocational.

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‘Teaching them life lessons’: Youth learn butchery skills at Kona Vocational
‘Teaching them life lessons’: Youth learn butchery skills at Kona Vocational

Keiki ages 12 to 18 were fully engaged Saturday as they learned how to skin, dress and butcher pigs, lamb and chickens at Kona Vocational.

 

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