Learning the trade


Joylynn Heath, left, 6, bores a hole into a piece of wood with help from volunteer Lee Woodruff, both of Sidney. Joylynn was making a candle holder as part of Manufacturing Day at Fairlawn Local Schools on Tuesday, May 17. Manufacturing Day was organized by the Shelby County Historical Society. Kids in grades K-5 learned the entire process of selling a product including procuring the building materials, quality control, payroll, product transportation, packaging and advertising. Joylynn is the daughter Scott and Molly Heath.

Joylynn Heath, left, 6, bores a hole into a piece of wood with help from volunteer Lee Woodruff, both of Sidney. Joylynn was making a candle holder as part of Manufacturing Day at Fairlawn Local Schools on Tuesday, May 17. Manufacturing Day was organized by the Shelby County Historical Society. Kids in grades K-5 learned the entire process of selling a product including procuring the building materials, quality control, payroll, product transportation, packaging and advertising. Joylynn is the daughter Scott and Molly Heath.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Joylynn Heath, left, 6, bores a hole into a piece of wood with help from volunteer Lee Woodruff, both of Sidney. Joylynn was making a candle holder as part of Manufacturing Day at Fairlawn Local Schools on Tuesday, May 17. Manufacturing Day was organized by the Shelby County Historical Society. Kids in grades K-5 learned the entire process of selling a product including procuring the building materials, quality control, payroll, product transportation, packaging and advertising. Joylynn is the daughter Scott and Molly Heath.

Joylynn Heath, left, 6, bores a hole into a piece of wood with help from volunteer Lee Woodruff, both of Sidney. Joylynn was making a candle holder as part of Manufacturing Day at Fairlawn Local Schools on Tuesday, May 17. Manufacturing Day was organized by the Shelby County Historical Society. Kids in grades K-5 learned the entire process of selling a product including procuring the building materials, quality control, payroll, product transportation, packaging and advertising. Joylynn is the daughter Scott and Molly Heath.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_SDN051822CandleMaker.jpgJoylynn Heath, left, 6, bores a hole into a piece of wood with help from volunteer Lee Woodruff, both of Sidney. Joylynn was making a candle holder as part of Manufacturing Day at Fairlawn Local Schools on Tuesday, May 17. Manufacturing Day was organized by the Shelby County Historical Society. Kids in grades K-5 learned the entire process of selling a product including procuring the building materials, quality control, payroll, product transportation, packaging and advertising. Joylynn is the daughter Scott and Molly Heath. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News