Students build archway for field
June 09, 2014 10:50 AM
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Welding Technology students from the Indiana County Technology Center built the steel entrance for the new Miracle League Field at the YMCA of Indiana County YMCA in White Township.

The students used the skills they learned at the ICTC to weld and build the archway.

They all enjoyed working for the Miracle League and were happy to play a part in helping the children who will use the field.

PHOTO: Afternoon students who worked on the archway are, in front kneeling from left, Dakota Livengood, Brandon Cunkelman, Ryan Senick and Ben Ooten.Standing from left are assistant instructor Zach Strong, Dakota McCunn, Jake Brunecke, Lindsey Morrow, Kevin Karp, Devon Ewing, Chase Kromer, Mike Cramer and instructor Jim Allshouse. (Tom Peel/Gazette photo)

Alternate photo, click through to view: Morning students other officials who worked on the archway are, in front from left, architect Tom Harley, Denny Roumm, of RSM, Mark Olson, Matt Ferringer, David Wiles, Zach Patterson, Jeremy Warr, Bobby Johns and Tyler Howel. Standing from left are instructor Jim Allshouse, Frank Holuta, of Elkin Concrete, assistant instructorZach Strong, Maveric Stuchel, Brandon Heberling, Isaac Stewart, Kaleb VanHorn, Jessie Houser, Josh Tonkin, Travis Ruffner, Jacob Shank, Jordan Stear, Brandon Sheiness, Roland Braun and Mike Meterko, of Brand Scaffold. (Tom Peel/Gazette photo)

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