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Shop classroom serves double duty

One of the automotive classrooms at the Lorain County Joint Vocational School is pulling double-duty today. The JVS received a piece of steel from the World Trade Center today, and currently is being held in John Tamas' commercial truck technology lab. You can check out the photos here: http://on.fb.me/e3F91r.

According to the JVS Facebook page: The beam was delivered on a flag draped trailer, escorted by several law enforcement and safety service departments from throughout the county. The beam will be cut into... four pieces by our welding and fabrication students. Three of the pieces will be distributed to other organizations throughout the state. Students from a variety of JVS programs will use their construction and technical skills to incorporate the steel into a memorial to honor the fallen safety services personnel that were involved in the recovery efforts on 9/11/01.

This is a pretty unique piece to be stored in an automotive lab. What's the most unique thing you've done at your shop? Anything like this?

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