The Morning Interview

Restoration program pulls ‘Smokestack’ building from the brink

Sitka Fine Arts Camp director Roger Schmidt and development intern Melissa Campbell discuss the camp’s Restoration Internship Program. Twenty-six college students from around the country are working to save the former Sheldon Jackson College laundry, aka “Smokestack Building.” Learn more about the Save It or Lose It campaign online. Also, check out a video of the project here.

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