Good Ol' Boy Making a Difference

Not only is Craig Cegielski a good ol' boy who has built a successful model for next generation manufacturing education through Cardinal Manufacturing at Eleva-Strum High School in Strum, Wisconsin, he also has a famous good ol' boy, Luke Duke (Tom Wopat) coming to Cardinal's Open House on November 19th to promote this amazing program.

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Cardinal Manufacturing is an in-school manufacturing program teaching students real life
skills and showcasing educational and career opportunities in manufacturing. The program has attracted national attention because of its accomplishments. MMT and our sister publications and events have featured Craig and his successful training model.
 
The school is holding open house for visitors to tour the facilities, meet the students and help support the operations of Cardinal Manufacturing. From 4:30-8:00pm the doors will be open to the public with prizes, food and demonstrations. Major raffle prizes will include a crossbow, Black Powder rifle, laptop, chicken grills, and much more.
 
A special guest during the event will be singer and actor Tom Wopat from the Dukes of Hazzard, along with the famous General Lee. Autographs and photo opportunties will be from 5:30 to 7:30pm followed by a concert at 8:15pm at Central Auditorium (tickets $5.00).
 
Lastly, Nexen, a leading manufacturer of precision motion control components, power transmission and web tension control products, is promoting its $37,500.00 Challenge to help earn a new CNC machine for Cardinal to expand its manufacturing capabilities.
 
Details:
Cardinal Manufacturing Open House
Wednesday, November 19th, 2014
4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
At Eleva-Strum Schools
W23597 US Highway 10, Strum, WI 54770
 
 
 
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