CCC Construction Students Helping Museum

CCC Construction Students Helping Museum

Pictured are Chris Harmon, post–secondary, and Dalton Maxton, Columbus High School, Construction Technology students.

The Columbus Technical Campus of Coffeyville Community College Construction Technology students have been busy at work helping to erect a pallet wall for the new expansion to the Columbus Museum.

The pallets are being installed on the walls to minimize the need to put holes in the newly constructed addition that will house artifacts of farming and farm machinery. “The pallets will hold a variety of items that relate to the agriculture industry,” states Doris Richardson, museum spokesperson.

Coffeyville Community College, Columbus Technical Campus actively supports the community of Columbus by lending support on projects like the museum. This school year, the Construction Program erected a steel building at the Park Cemetery and provided Human Foosball for the Columbus Day Festival kickoff. The CCC Welding Program built an obelisk for the Edgemund Cemetery. Giving students the opportunity to participate in community service activities is important in helping them learn civic responsibility. The CCC Columbus Technical Campus is proud to be able to lend support.

For information on the technical training available in the areas of Automotive, Business & Computer, Collision, Construction or Welding at the Columbus Technical Campus of Coffeyville Community College, call 620-429-3896 or visit our website at