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Student’s Native American-themed sculpture headed for competition

The local journalist focuses on her subject ...
The local journalist focuses on her subject …
... who combines art and aspiration in her welding work.
… who combines art and aspiration in her welding work.

Anne Reiner, founder of the On the Pulse local news site, recently interviewed Penn College welding major Erin M. Beaver, of Winfield, for a piece about the sculpture she is crafting for next month’s state SkillsUSA competition. Part of an all-female team that competed at SkillsUSA nationals last year, the senior draws upon a reverence for Native American culture (and an equally strong vocational passion) in crafting her latest creation.

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