Keizer man churns out desks for distance learning

Dymond Sullivan with a desk for distance learning provided by Fernando Lopez and the Keizer Community Foundation.

When COVID-19 closed schools in 2020 students switched to distance learning. Last fall, the Keizer Community Foundation saw the need to help make at-home instruction easier, especially for those students who had no place of their own to do their studies.

Audrey Butler, president . . .

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