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Maple Mountain High School Welding Class is Semi-finalist in ESAB "Weld it Forward" contest.

Submitted by roxann.hoffman on Wed, 12/13/2017 - 13:49
Jared Massic
Ladd Davis, Sam Christmas, Wyatt Justensen, Nathan Wright, Jared Massic, Brian Workman
MMHS won: 2 welders, 1 plasma cutter, oxy fuel cutter, several gloves, and welding helmets, and several pounds of welding wire.
The adults are right to left, Jayson Mott from Humphries and Brian Johnson from ESAB.

Maple Mountain High School recently submitted an application and letter to ESAB to partcipate in the "Weld in Forward" contest.  They have been selected as a Semi-finalist.  

Ladd Davis and Nate Wright, students along with Jared Massic, welding instructor, wrote essays to get entered. Maple Mountain High was selected as one of the top 3. " If we win the next phase we will win $20,000 of Welding equipment. The next phase is a service based fabrication project where we "weld it forward" and will be voted on by the public as well as scored by a panel of judges," said Jared Massic.

 If you have any ideas or know of a need in the community let me know. The only requirements are that it's 3'x2'x2' in size. And we have to use a box of random nuts and bolts and stuff ESAB sent us.