Students participate in sculpture competition in Pasco

Tri-City HeraldMarch 21, 2014 

FFA Sculpture Competition

Columbia-Burbank High freshman Mack Silva, left, uses a cutting torch under the supervision of CBC Welding Tech student Ryan Graves Friday at the FFA Metal Arts competition held at Pasco campus of Columbia Basin College. About 50 students from five regional high schools participated in the sculpture building contest. The projects will be sold at an auction and the proceeds donated to the Washington State FFA Foundation.

SCOTT BUTNER — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Columbia-Burbank High freshman Mack Silva, left, uses a cutting torch under the supervision of Columbia Basin College welding tech student Ryan Graves on Friday at the FFA Metal Arts competition. About 50 students from five regional high schools participated in the sculpture building contest at the Pasco college. The projects will be auctioned to benefit the Washington State FFA Foundation.

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