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Welding expansion attracts Newswatch 16 coverage


Backed by an impressive commemoration of the donors who made the facility possible, Keating talks with Rhoades.
Backed by an impressive commemoration of the donors who made the facility possible, Keating talks with Rhoades.
Recording some welding in "Pipe Alley"
Recording some welding in “Pipe Alley”
Allen adds faculty insight to the interviews.
Allen adds faculty insight to the interviews.

A WNEP reporter visited Penn College’s Lycoming Engines Metal Trades Center this week, preparing a piece about the expanded (and recently dedicated) welding lab. Chris Keating interviewed welding and fabrication engineering technology majors Natalie J. Rhoades, of Weedville, and Sara D. Stafford, of West Chester, as well as instructor Michael R. Allen. The story premiered during Wednesday’s evening newscasts.

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