By Liz Wood 

Six place at Cheyenne SkillsUSA competition


Liz Wood

Cruz Escobedo get the projector ready for presentations Wednesday afternoon in Scott Bokelman's tech class. Escobedo, along with Veronica Lincoln and Katie Loose earned second place at SkillsUSA for their community service project - the Breast Cancer Walk, which they host on July 4.

Six students returned from the Wyoming SkillsUSA competition in Cheyenne last month with placings from first place to sixth place in the statewide competition.

SkillsUSA Wyoming is a Career-Technical Student Organization serving students in secondary and post-secondary technical, skilled, and service occupations, including health occupations, according to the SkillsUSA Wyoming website.

There are more than 100 different contests for students in SkillsUSA to compete in from construction to welding-anything that is a career-specific field-said Scott Bokelman, sponsor and teacher for the Skills...

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