By Ed moreth 

County kids compete at Skills USA in Helena

 

Ed Moreth

FINAL TOUCHES – Sophomore Mackenzie Tulloch attaches a few of the last metal scales to her dragon head while helpers Trystan Larsen and Layla Harris hold the piece. Tulloch entered her 16 ½-inch steel dragon in the SkillsUSA competition in Helena. Carlie Wagoner, a senior, also entered a welding project with a steel form of the state of Montana with a horse attached to represent Plains High School.

Students from Plains and Thompson Falls traveled to Helena last week to demonstrate their wits, technical skills and artistic talents for the SkillsUSA Montana competition.

Eleven Plains High School students and three Thompson Falls students from sophomore to senior took part in the two-day competit...



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