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Special to The News-Courier—
ROCHESTER—Rolling Plains Technical School Welding Program students recently participated in the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Ag Mechanics competition.
Judging was based on workmanship, student knowledge of project, design & materials, degree of difficulty, finish, plans, bill of materials, and photos of the construction processes. Placing was based on Blue- Red- White in order of best to need of improvements in certain areas.
Nate King of Haskell and Mayson McGaughey were awarded a blue ribbon for their deer feeder;
John Shaver of Knox City claimed a blue for his metal bench; cabinet; and Chance Baty of Knox City took home a red for his gun cabinet.
In addition, Louis Hermasillo, James Brown and Ramiro Olvera collected a blue for their farmhouse table and benches; Donald Kreger of Rule took home a blue with his metal bench’ and Haskell FFA student Luke Leonardclaimed aa blue with his work bench.