Jackson Rahn inspects his newly-completed billfold, making sure it is ready to hold his money. In the background, Sam Rhoden folds his duck tape pieces, nearing the final step.
Jackson Rahn inspects his newly-completed billfold, making sure it is ready to hold his money. In the background, Sam Rhoden folds his duck tape pieces, nearing the final step.

   It’s sticky, most often silver and touted as one of the number one tools to fix a number problems one may have.

   It’s duct tape.

   And this tape now is solving money troubles for Murray Park/Quest students who may not have a place to put their money.
In the summer school class “Duct tape Creations,” students spent a morning creating their own wallets, completely out of duct tape.

   However, before they could create the wallet, some struggled to remove the sticky tape from their fingers, which elicited laughter from their fellow students.

   See more photos in the July 18, 2019 edition of the Ripon Commonwealth Press.