Playhouse makes dramatic entrance


A new playhouse flies through the air and into the fenced in Sidney-Shelby County YMCA playground Tuesday, Oct. 31. The playhouse was built by area students under the guidance of Ferguson Construction during the recent 2017 Career Exploration Academy put on by Workforce Partnership of Shelby County and the Shelby County United Way. Ferguson Construction provided the material and tools for the playhouse’s construction. Sidney High School students Dylan Shoukri and Malcom Barnes were on hand during the delivery to make some last minute additions to the playhouse. The two students had also helped paint the playhouse in their Workforce Tech class. A group of excited YMCA kids got the honor of being the first to enter the playhouse after it was in place. One of the first kids, Clayton Smith, 2, son of Jason and Andrea Smith, to enter said of the playhouse arriving, “This is the most awesomest day ever.”


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A new playhouse flies through the air and into the fenced in Sidney-Shelby County YMCA playground Tuesday, Oct. 31. The playhouse was built by area students under the guidance of Ferguson Construction during the recent 2017 Career Exploration Academy put on by Workforce Partnership of Shelby County and the Shelby County United Way. Ferguson Construction provided the material and tools for the playhouse’s construction. Sidney High School students Dylan Shoukri and Malcom Barnes were on hand during the delivery to make some last minute additions to the playhouse. The two students had also helped paint the playhouse in their Workforce Tech class. A group of excited YMCA kids got the honor of being the first to enter the playhouse after it was in place. One of the first kids, Clayton Smith, 2, son of Jason and Andrea Smith, to enter said of the playhouse arriving, “This is the most awesomest day ever.”

A new playhouse flies through the air and into the fenced in Sidney-Shelby County YMCA playground Tuesday, Oct. 31. The playhouse was built by area students under the guidance of Ferguson Construction during the recent 2017 Career Exploration Academy put on by Workforce Partnership of Shelby County and the Shelby County United Way. Ferguson Construction provided the material and tools for the playhouse’s construction. Sidney High School students Dylan Shoukri and Malcom Barnes were on hand during the delivery to make some last minute additions to the playhouse. The two students had also helped paint the playhouse in their Workforce Tech class. A group of excited YMCA kids got the honor of being the first to enter the playhouse after it was in place. One of the first kids, Clayton Smith, 2, son of Jason and Andrea Smith, to enter said of the playhouse arriving, “This is the most awesomest day ever.”
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/10/web1_SDN110117Playhouse.jpgA new playhouse flies through the air and into the fenced in Sidney-Shelby County YMCA playground Tuesday, Oct. 31. The playhouse was built by area students under the guidance of Ferguson Construction during the recent 2017 Career Exploration Academy put on by Workforce Partnership of Shelby County and the Shelby County United Way. Ferguson Construction provided the material and tools for the playhouse’s construction. Sidney High School students Dylan Shoukri and Malcom Barnes were on hand during the delivery to make some last minute additions to the playhouse. The two students had also helped paint the playhouse in their Workforce Tech class. A group of excited YMCA kids got the honor of being the first to enter the playhouse after it was in place. One of the first kids, Clayton Smith, 2, son of Jason and Andrea Smith, to enter said of the playhouse arriving, “This is the most awesomest day ever.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News