Second Use is pleased to host Sawhorse Revolution this Saturday at our annual Fall Fest. They will be pouring pints in the beer garden to support their cause, so there has never been a better time to down an ice cold beer.

A Seattle-based non-profit that fosters confident and community-oriented youth through the power of carpentry and craft, Sawhorse teams teens with professional carpenters and architects to design and build needed structures for their own neighborhoods. Past projects have included a custom theater-in-the-round for the Seattle Public Library, an animal pen at an ADA children’s garden, and more than a dozen tiny houses for the homeless. Not strictly vocational, Sawhorse programs introduce young people to a wide range of skills, empowering community service opportunities, and meaningful mentor and peer relationships. Sawhorse is currently feature editor for the winter edition of Arcade Magazine. For more information, cool photos and stories, please visit

Second Use had the privilege of visiting Sawhorse on site last year after the donation of material for one of their Nickelsville projects. Read about it here!

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