Andrea Snyder now has a wooden storage shed that is designed like a house. Snyder can use the shed to stash rakes, shovels, other garden tools, or anything else she wants to store.

Snyder, a teacher in the Corry Area School District, won the 8-by-8-foot wooden shed by buying a raffle ticket at the Spartansburg Community Fair in September. The shed has a crossbuck door; a window; and a 2 1/2-foot-wide porch with railings and posts.

The shed was built in the spring by students in the Corry Career and Technical Center’s building maintenance class, under the direction of instructor Dan Mather.

Students in the career and technical center’s Skills USA program sold the raffle tickets.

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