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Annual AWS Competition Held in Penn College Welding Lab


Alumnus Adam Steppe, right, inspects a weld during the postsecondary contest Competition spotlights young welders A hammer-wielding high school competitor chips away the slag from his weld American Welding Society judge Niles Oerhli checks a student's couponPenn College hosted the annual American Welding Society Welding Competition for secondary and postsecondary welding students Friday morning. Judged by representatives from the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Welding Society, students from Penn College’s welding majors competed against one another, followed by a competition among students from Williamsport Area High School, Columbia Montour Area Vocational-Technical School and SUN Area Technical School. Niles Oehrli, of Moody International; and Adam Steppe, ’99 and ’11, of High Steel Industries, judged the students’ work. Winners will be announced during a banquet in April. Middle photos by Michael S. Fischer, student photographer

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