May 08, 2008
Left to right Damon Hemple (from Hatchery and Eagle Center), John Peterson, Jacob Rodgers, Hugh Hall, Colin Ayers, Kaleb Sheets, Toby Perry, Instructional Tech Brandon Diggins, Ty Gass and Richard Gobel. The students are pictured with the raptor stands they created. Also pictured is a representative from the Ketchikan Indian Community's Deer Mountain Tribal Hatchery and Eagle Center, with a peregrine falcon he brought along . This was a public service project by Ketchikan area high school welding students in conjunction with UAS Ketchikan
Front Page Photo Courtesy UAS Ketchikan
The stands will be used during demonstrations and also when exercising the birds. The welding students often practice their skills by doing various community service projects. In addition to the raptor stands, they also built a wood stove for a local resident.
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