Law. Co. Tech Center welding program finishes in style

Students took home welding hoods, jackets, and scholarships as prizes.

Students from the Lawrence County Career Technical Center’s welding program traveled to Northwest-Shoals Community College. In their final competition of the year, six of eight competitors placed. Two took first place in their classification. All together, the group brought home over $3,000 in prizes.

The annual competition welcomed schools from across north Alabama and into Tennessee. Approximately 75 students competed in two divisions: traditional and dual-enrollment (high school students in college classes). Each division had three welding classes: flux core, 7018, and 6010.

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