Ludington industrial arts students place in state competition

May 7, 2014


From left, Ryan Outcalt, Elanah Lynn, J.t. Walnus

From left, Ryan Outcalt, Elanah Lynn, J.t. Walnus

LUDINGTON — Four O.J. DeJonge Middle School students and a Ludington High School student recently placed in the Michigan Industrial Technology Educational Society state craftsmanship fair for their woodworking projects. The students initially placed first through fourth in the regional competition at Fremont High School and last week placed in the state competition in Saginaw.

Abby Millspaugh, left, Tori Clancy.

Abby Millspaugh, left, Tori Clancy.

The students included: J.t. Walunas, eighth grade, fourth place in state for an end table. Elahna Lynn, ninth grade, seventh place in the state for a wall cabinet. Ryan Outcalt, eighth grade, honorable mention for an end table. Also receiving honorable mentions were seventh graders Abby Millspaugh and Tori Clancy for their folding stools.

Industrial Arts teacher Fritz Lamm said the opportunity for the students to enter was made possible through the Oriole Foundation.

“Without their generosity this would not be available,” Lamm said.


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