CTE welding students help Ludington Area Jaycees. 

March 2, 2021

CTE welding students help Ludington Area Jaycees. 

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VICTORY TOWNSHIP — Students in the West Shore Educational Service District’s welding program have been working on refurbishing the obstacles for the Ludington Area Jaycees Stearns Park mini golf. Teacher Steve Bieniek talks about the project and about how high school students can sign up for the career and technical education class offered on the campus of West Shore Community College. 

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