Carpentersâ€™ Apprentices Demonstrate Skills At Annual Contest And Open House
FEEDâ€™S ON for carpenters, teachers and apprentices who turned out for grand display of various skills taught at huge Apprentice Training Center.
WORKING intensely in Interior Finishing Carpentry Contest are apprentices Joe Farran and Eric Mellon.
WATCHING apprentice John Keller sanding fine work in Mill/Cabinetmaker division contest were Moharfi Adoyi, John Hendler, Brandon Maugeri and Christian Johnson.
LEARNING whatâ€™s newest in carpentry tools from Matt Blackie were Thomas Keuper, Ross Kownetsky and Tyler Flores.
DRYDEN Diving Co. believes in training given apprentices in Carpentersâ€™ Wharf & Dock Builder apprentice classes. Seen here are Dryden family members. Another user of trained divers is Walker Diving.
WHAT FASCINATED Rebecca, 8, and her sister Arroya Ryden, 4 (see below) was this scene of diver welding underwater, part of training received at Carpenterâ€™s Apprenticeship Training Center.
WAVING as he emerges to top of training tank is Ryan Mayersky after completing successful underwater welding test.
JUDGE Robert Vose IV grades work of Jack Moore, kneeling, in Resilient Floor Layer Contest.
SPOT-CHECKING one of apprentice contests is Carpentersâ€™ Business Mgr. Ed Coryell, Sr.
ENJOYING bright sunny day during intermission at Carpenters Training Facility were Matt Atkinson, Shane Dillon, Matt Darragh, Business Mgr. Ed Coryell, Sr., Pat McGinley and Apprenticeship Training Committee Dir. Charles Brock.