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Todd Stephens wins 1st place in SkillsUSA Kentucky competition

An Adair Countian, Todd Stephens, took first place in CNC (computer numerical control) turning in Louisville, Kentucky, April 1-4, 2008, as one of Somerset Community Colleges delegates and competitors at the SkillsUSA Kentucky Leadership and Skills Conference sponsored by the Office of Career and Technical Education and SkillsUSA Kentucky.

Accompanying the students were the following school SkillsUSA advisors: Daniel Burnett, Brandi Coomer, and Karl Watson.

The students participated in the Leadership and Skills Championships, held on Wednesday, April 2, and Thursday, April 3, 2008. More than 1000 students competed in more than 87 occupational and leadership skill areas.

This story was posted on 2008-04-22 16:03:36
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Todd Stephens wins 1st in CNN turning

2008-04-22 - Photo Somerset Community College.
TODD STEPHENS, Columbia, KY, left, brought home a first place medal in CNC (computer numerical control) turning at the SkillsUSA Kentucky Leadership conference held April 1-4, 2008, in Louisville. At right is Matthew Bray, from Brodhead in Rockcastle County, a fellow student from Somerset Community College.

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