The Erie High School welding club is raising money while getting into the Halloween spirit.
On Thursday, they were selling Halloween-themed decorations they designed.
Every two years, the welding students go to Chicago for an international manufacturing show. The four-day trip cost between $8,000 to $10,000.
“Due to COVID and school being shut down, we didn’t have a lot of product to be able to do our normal fundraising events. We asked to have a yard sale and here we are,” said Donna Bastian, Welding Instructor at Erie High School.
Bastian says this is also a great way for students to show off their hard work and skills.
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