Girls weld some ‘MAGIC’ in Kennewick

kyau@tricityherald.comMay 15, 2013 

Rachelle Lizotte, 17, left, talks with Janice Knight, 16, on Wednesday while Breanna Bagwell, 17, welds during the fifth annual Mentor A Girl in Construction (MAGIC) Camp at Tri-Tech Skills Center in Kennewick. Lizotte, a student at Kamiakin High School in Kennewick and at Tri-Tech, participated in the first MAGIC Camp and was volunteering this year to share her love of welding. The four-day camp concludes on Thursday and featured hands-on introductions to various careers in construction. Knight is a student at Delta High School in Richland and Bagwell is a student at Othello High School.

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