Group Of Lakewood Yungerleit Begin Plumbing Class Through Learn & Networks Vocational Training

A group of Lakewood Yungerleit are on their way to becoming certified plumbers, through Learn & Network’s first ever vocational training class.The class comes after a succesful negotiations with the County allowing for the classes to utilize their facilities for the course, expected to last about 12 weeks.

The class is being instructed by Mike Giblin, a Fire Marshal and Plumbing Inspector.

In the coming weeks, Learn & Network will be beginning an Electric and HVAC class.

For details on either current or upcoming classes, call Learn & Network at 732-987-7704 or email [email protected].

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  1. R’ Duvy is a gevaldige guy doing gevaldige stuff for Acheinu looking for Parnoosa. May he have much hatzlachah & may the student s have hatzlachah in their fields. W/ out hurting the present plumbers. DB.

  2. A prominent lawyer calls a plumber to fix a leak in his shower.
    After about 25 minutes the plumber hands him a bill for $200.00.
    The lawyer, enraged, says: “I’m a famous trial lawyer, and even I don’t make that kind of money for 25 minutes work!”
    “Neither did I when I was a lawyer”, says the plumber. (taken from lawyer/plumber joke site).

  3. Fantastic idea! People will always have plumbing, electric and other house maintenance problem. It is mamash a mitzvah to put these yengeleit on their feet so that they can support their families with dignity.

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