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American Welding Society President Visits College

Jeffrey M. Januchowski, left, instructor of automotive technology (Ford ASSET), demonstrates equipment for American Welding Society President Gerald D. Uttrachi, right, who toured the School of Transportation Technology with Colin W. Williamson, school dean. American Welding Society President Gerald D. Uttrachi visited Penn College on Wednesday. During the stay, he toured the schools of Industrial and Engineering Technologies, Transportation Technology, and Natural Resources Management. He was scheduled to speak at a dinner to honor winners from the local AWS high-school and post-secondary welding competition, held on the college’s campus Feb. 28. Uttrachi is president of WA Technology in Florence, S.C. ( Photo by Amanda M. Williamson, student photographer)

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