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Masonry Students Receive Tools From PCMA, Beavertown Block

Two masonry students in Pennsylvania College of Technology’s School of Construction and Design Technologies received a gift bag full of tools recently, courtesy of the Pennsylvania Concrete Masonry Association and Beavertown Block Co. Inc., Middleburg.

Sean P. Fisher, a Building Construction Technology-Masonry Construction Emphasis major who resides in Bellefonte, received his tools from the PCMA. The trade association was formed in 1969 to support, promote and expand the use of concrete masonry and other related products within the state.

Fisher was selected for the honor by faculty in the School of Construction and Design Technologies at Penn College.

Mihai Epure, a Building Construction Technology-Masonry Construction Emphasis major from Selinsgrove, received his tools from Beavertown Block Co. Inc.

Epure is the recipient of the Beavertown Block Co. Inc. Scholarship. The $5,000 scholarship is awarded to a second-year masonry student who agrees to work in the masonry field in the area for at least three years following graduation.

The tools were presented to the students recently by Clif Grimes and Clay Henry, sales representatives for Beavertown Block Co. and members of the PCMA.

For more information about the School of Construction and Design Technologies at Penn College, visit on the Web or call 327-4518.

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