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Seniors chosen for new educational job-training program

March 24, 2013

Photo by Amy Cherry Quala-Die representatives Rick Schatz and Sherri Cunningham, shown standing from left to right, along with SMAHS Principal Josh Williams and SMAHS Vice Principal Joe Schlimm, pose with seniors Tyler Wendel and Cody Mosier, in the front row, who were recently chosen for a new job-training program.

Quala-Die Inc. has partnered with St. Marys Area High School in offering a new job-training program for co-op students, primarily for those in the school's metal working program.

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