Winona Post: MSC - SE scoops up in-kind donations
by CHRIS ROGERS
Like a hunter posing with a trophy buck, Casey Mann smiled for a picture in front of the yawning semitrailer door. Inside were 11,000 pounds of steel, aluminum, and other metals -- raw materials for his welding students to practice their skills. Another semitrailer was packed with components bound for Minnesota State College - Southeast's (MSC - Southeast) auto body, auto mechanic, and tool and die classrooms. Altogether, the materials were worth $420,000. The school got them for free.
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