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Wednesday, March 13, 2013 1:12 PM

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KALIDA — Kalida alum Connor Schmenk will be busy this spring and summer; he has earned a position with College Works Painting while a freshman at The Ohio State University in Columbus. If he’s busy enough, he will also earn an all-expense-paid 4-day stay in Cancun.

Schmenk is canvassing the area looking for residents who need painting done. If he generates $80,000 in painting jobs, he will be headed to Cancun.
Schmenk painted for Ottoville alum Scott Pohlman last year and is an intern this year.

Schmenk will perform any exterior painting on farm machinery, grain bins, barns and homes and will also powerwash structures. Homes built prior to 1978 will need extra care due to lead concerns.

“Cancun is just a place a lot of college kids want to go,” Schmenk asked. “What I’m really excited about is the money I’ll make toward my tuition.”

Schmenk, the son of Craig and Linda Schmenk, is studying biomedical sciences and hopes to become an internist in a hospital.

Schmenk can’t do this by himself; he’ll need to hire local help. Call 419-615-7347 if you have some spare time to help him reach his goal and give yourself some spending money. Applicants need to be 18 years of age.

Call 888-450-9675 or 419-615-7347 for a free estimate.

 

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0 #1 2013-03-18 12:48
Good for you Connor! We love to see our interns recognized for their goals and the hard work they put in as College Works Painting interns. Keep up the good work and we look forward to seeing you in Cancun.
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