Bryan College senior Trevor Haught hammers a bracket into the pavement, at the Women's Care Center in downtown Dayton, Tenn., on Monday morning. He and fellow student Eathan Rethmeier, along with a crew from Toliver Construction, built a handicap ramp. About 700 faculty, staff and studentsfrom Bryan College  participated in the eighth annual M.L. King work day in Rhea and nearby counties.
Photo by Kimberly McMillian
Bryan College senior Trevor Haught hammers a bracket into the pavement, at the Women's Care Center in downtown Dayton, Tenn., on Monday morning. He and fellow student Eathan Rethmeier, along with a crew from Toliver Construction, built a handicap ramp. About 700 faculty, staff and studentsfrom Bryan College participated in the eighth annual M.L. King work day in Rhea and nearby counties. Photo by Kimberly McMillian
published Monday, January 16th, 2012
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DAYTON, Tenn. -- For Bryan College senior Trevor Haught, helping build a handicap-access ramp at the Women's Care Center in downtown Dayton just came naturally.

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