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June 3, 2016
All Hands Boatworks exists to build character, opportunities, and hope in Milwaukee's youth through wooden boatbuilding, work experiences, and on-water activities. This issue includes the following stories:
April 13, 2016
All Hands Boatworks exists to build character, opportunities, and hope in Milwaukee's youth through wooden boatbuilding, work experiences, and on-water activities. This issue includes the following stories:
January 26, 2016
All Hands Boatworks exists to build character, opportunities, and hope in Milwaukee's youth through wooden boatbuilding, work experiences, and on-water activities. This issue includes the following stories:
August 26, 2015
All Hands Boatworks exists to build character, opportunities, and hope in Milwaukee's youth through wooden boatbuilding, work experiences, and on-water activities. This issue includes the following stories:
August 9, 2015
All Hands Boatworks recently was featured on FOX6NOW: Before the start of summer, 15-year-old Nodia Thrasher didn’t know the first thing about construction, that’s not the case anymore. “I’m learning about team work, sanding, using epoxy, and all sorts of things,” said Thrasher.
August 5, 2015
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has an excellent story in today's paper (August 4) about last week's Builders' Camp and All Hands Boatworks' participation in the Building2Learn Consortium: Vivica Lewis, 14, likes to work with her hands.
June 30, 2015
(Generously supported in part by the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation) June 25 - August 31, 2015 Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays (1:00 - 5:00 PM) (OR by special appointment) Emmber Lane Bridge Boat Launch 1313 W Mt. Vernon Ave Milwaukee, WI
March 16, 2015
All Hands Boatworks exists to build character, opportunities, and hope in Milwaukee's youth through wooden boatbuilding, work experiences, and on-water activities. This issue includes the following stories: Become an AHB Instructor "All Hands" Spring Meeting - 3/23 "Building To Learn" Initiative Launched at Messmer
February 13, 2015
All Hands Boatworks exists to build character, opportunities, and hope in Milwaukee's youth through wooden boatbuilding, work experiences, and on-water activities. This issue includes the following stories: Thank You to Donors We are recruiting and hiring Carmen High School Intersession Builders Club at Cass School
December 21, 2014
Join the growing numbers of our AHB crew of donors, sponsors, and volunteers who are bringing academic learning and skills to life through educational boat building and on-water activities throughout Milwaukee.
October 30, 2014
Cass Street School Carpentry Club
August 20, 2014
Antique & Classic Boat Show It was a beautiful day on Pewaukee Lake and All Hands Boatworks received a warm welcome and LOTS of interest at the Show. Many thanks to our summer assistant Demontrias for all his help. He was a great spokesperson for AHB! Thanks also to our instructors Eriks, Marty, and Kevin for their help. Can't wait to come back next year! (9 photos)
August 9, 2014
AHB began a dual boat build today with the summer youth restoration crew at the River Revitalization Foundation. RRF is Milwaukee's rivers land trust, and AHB is pleased to partner with them on the construction of two Bevins' Skiffs.
June 5, 2014
I am very pleased to let you know that All Hands Boatworks has been notified of its 501(c)(3) determination by the IRS. Contributions to AHB are now deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.
April 15, 2014
In our most challenging project yet, we are guiding boys at the Nehemiah Project in Milwaukee on the construction of the Eureka 155 canoe. So far, the boys are about one-third of the way in this 75-hour stitch-and-glue project.