Welding Department makes stand for exhibit in Clarendon

Central Carolina Technical College Department Chair for Welding Axel Reis and Welding Lab Assistant Joshua Padgett fabricated a display stand for the 4 Main Liberty Hill “Colored” Traveling Exhibit with the town of Summerton, South Carolina. The exhibit records and preserves the living memory of African-American life in Clarendon County during the age of legal segregation in the American South from the 1950s to the 1990s.
The Liberty Hill “Colored” School Traveling Exhibit is a three-dimensional, age-encrusted, wooden, hand-built, architectural model of the 1940 Clarendon County School District N. 22 grade school.
CCTC Welding Department designed and welded the display stand to hold the traveling exhibit.

CCTC’s nationally recognized welding program prepares students for careers as welding engineers, sales engineers, manufacturing engineers, application engineering, project engineers and managers. If you are interested in learning more about CCTC’s Welding Program please contact Alex Reis at (803) 778-7863 or visit cctech.edu/program-of-study/welding-certificate-weld/.