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March 12, 2014, 11:17 am

Pam Schehl/News Several Knox County Career Center students have qualified for state Skills competition in April. They include, first row, from left, Eddie Schreiber, CNC milling, and Kyle Moxley and James Wright, building trades. Second row, from left, are Scott Owens and Easton Sherbahn, building trades, and Ryley Bennett, collision repair. Not pictured, Adam Skaggs, health technologies.

Pam Schehl/News Several Knox County Career Center students have qualified for state Skills competition in April. They include, first row, from left, Eddie Schreiber, CNC milling, and Kyle Moxley and James Wright, building trades. Second row, from left, are Scott Owens and Easton Sherbahn, building trades, and Ryley Bennett, collision repair. Not pictured, Adam Skaggs, health technologies. Buy Now

 

MOUNT VERNON — Learning the skills necessary to enter the workforce is one goal of students attending the Knox County Career Center, and several put their career and technical knowledge to the test when they participated in a regional SkillsUSA competition held the weekend of Feb. 18.

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