From left to right: Tucker Roehrs, Zach McLemore, Logan DeBolt, Nick Blackmer, Jeff Hoskey, Blake Reed, Phil Schafer, Dan Moreau, Xander Johnston, and Dylan Berlanga.

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Representatives from Mid Michigan College, the Clare-Gladwin Career Technical Education (CTE) program, Gladwin Community Schools, and Hoggers Customs along with several former welding students were recently at Gladwin High School to dedicate the Flying G sculpture near the high school main entrance.

The sculpture was a gift from Mid Michigan College and was created through the CTE program partnership with Gladwin Community Schools. Welding students from 2018; Logan Debolt, Trever Looker, Zachary Lask-McLemore, and Tucker Roehrs along with 2019 students; Reed Gendregske, Jerod Guoan, Xander Johnson, Arlen Little, Kevin Looker, Brendan Manges, Blake Reed, Mason Smith, and Damian Ulicki participated in the construction.

Mid President Tim Hood and Scott Mertes, Vice President of Academic Affairs & Community Outreach, were joined by Shawn Troy, Dean of Workforce & Career Education, Nick Blackmer, Dan Moreau, and Phil Schafer Welding Instructors, as well as Elizabeth Brown, GHS Principal, and Rick Seebeck, Superintendent of Gladwin Community Schools at the event.

Gladwin Schools would like to thank several local businesses that participated in the project including Mid Michigan College, Alro Steel, Marine Automated Docks, and Hoggers Customs.

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