On Monday, February 27, JRTI held an Open House for the second tiny home project. This is the second house built by students in the high school Carpentry class and wired by students in the high school Electrical Technician class. Mr. Lantz, The Carpentry instructor, beamed with pride as he pointed out all of the professional quality work and attention to detail by students. Like the first Tiny Home built by the class, this one was done in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Panhandle and will be sent to Southern West Virginia to help flood victims. Lowes and Proctor & Gamble sponsored this construction. Lowes of Martinsburg will host the Tiny Home before it ships south. If you would like to see the house for yourself and weren’t able to attend the open house event, it will be on display at Lowes from March 3rd until the 5th.