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A Saugus woodworking teacher is still giving lessons at 91

Carmine Moschella builds his creations in the Saugus High School woodshop and teaches students, including Mackie Bastarache and Carl Puleo (background), how to find their way around a band saw and joiner. (Thor Jourgensen)
SAUGUS — Carmine Moschella retired in 1993. But don’t tell the 91-year-old: Moschella goes to Saugus High School every Tuesday, and sometimes several days a week, to teach furniture making and wood carving. “I love going to work every day. It’s self satisfaction for me and, I hope, for other people,” he said. Surrounded by…

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