Local adults learn welding, machining skills through Hi-Ed

John Bova, left, and Scott Morton are students in the adult machining class being held at Corry Area High School. They are working on vertical mills, which are used for drilling, milling and forming metal parts. Contributed photo

Two nights a week for two months, 13 area men are trekking to Corry Area High School’s Career & Technical Center to learn welding and machining skills.

“It’s a real treat to see how focused and engaged these guys are in learning,” said Steve Bishop, executive director of the Corry Higher Education Council.

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