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WCA awards Gold Credential

Richard Memory of Jefferson Millwork & Design recently became the first professional woodworker awarded the Gold Credential by the Woodwork Career Alliance of North America.

Gold Certification requires three years and at least 4,800 hours of professional woodworking experience; 180 total tool points attained through a series of evaluations and testing for a variety of woodworking machinery, and a completed project.

Buck is in this eighth year with Jefferson Millwork of Sterling, Va. The company is a member of the Architectural Woodwork Institute’s Quality Certification Program.

For more, visit www.woodworkcareer.org.

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