Frazier honored by Skills USA


At the Feb. 11 meeting of the Logan County Board of Education, Jeremy Frazier, a welding instructor at the Ralph R. Willis Career and Technical Center, was recognized for his efforts in setting up an interstate and international project to construct the Skills USA logo at the group’s national conference. The parts of logo were constructed in four states, Puerto Rico and Australia and assembled at the 2015 Skills USA national conference.


Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

At the Feb. 11 meeting of the Logan County Board of Education, Jeremy Frazier, a welding instructor at the Ralph R. Willis Career and Technical Center, was recognized for his efforts in setting up an interstate and international project to construct the Skills USA logo at the group’s national conference. The parts of logo were constructed in four states, Puerto Rico and Australia and assembled at the 2015 Skills USA national conference.

At the Feb. 11 meeting of the Logan County Board of Education, Jeremy Frazier, a welding instructor at the Ralph R. Willis Career and Technical Center, was recognized for his efforts in setting up an interstate and international project to construct the Skills USA logo at the group’s national conference. The parts of logo were constructed in four states, Puerto Rico and Australia and assembled at the 2015 Skills USA national conference.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_IMG_5226-CMYK-1.jpgAt the Feb. 11 meeting of the Logan County Board of Education, Jeremy Frazier, a welding instructor at the Ralph R. Willis Career and Technical Center, was recognized for his efforts in setting up an interstate and international project to construct the Skills USA logo at the group’s national conference. The parts of logo were constructed in four states, Puerto Rico and Australia and assembled at the 2015 Skills USA national conference. Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner
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