Welding program sparks interest
Matthew Hundley / (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Welding instructor Jason Lonon explained that the open house was designed to give both the public and school leaders the opportunity to see the valuable results of the class. According to Lonon, high interest from students and families, combined with an increasingly broad scope of projects means that the MCC welding program is currently expanding, seeking to meet the needs of students and improve the opportunities available to them.
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