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LMC donates surplus steel to SCMHS ag mechanics classes

Lewis M. Carter Manufacturing recently made a gracious donation of surplus steel Seminole County Middle High School, for use by its Agricultural Mechanics classes.
This steel will be used to teach vital skills in the area of welding and metal fabrication, skills that they can use right here in our community to better themselves, our town, and the community.  This donation will be used to continue a shared opportunity with the local community to promote a promising future to our young adults.

Last January LMC was able to host a small group of students from Seminole County Middle High School.  The group, which included students from the SCMHS welding class chaperoned by Dusty Smith, Cindy Bryant, and the school’s Principal, Shane Purdy, was the first of the year.  They were all able to see firsthand some of LMC’s inner workings. As a result of the tour and a hands on welding test, all students were eligible for employment. 

A spokesperson for SCMHS commented, “As a major manufacturer in Georgia, LMC has a vested interest to nurture these kinds of relationships, especially with students curious and eager to know what lies ahead, because their future and success is just as much our own. We would like to thank LMC for the opportunity to share what we have to offer and look forward to working with them again with the upcoming year’s welding class!”

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