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Austin Kline awarded the Daniel Mittenburg Memorial Scholarship

Published on May 20, 2019

Austin Kline
Chris Muenks, State Tech Precision Machining Chair and Ed Honse, State Tech Machining Club Advisor presented Austin Kline the Daniel Mittenburg Memorial Scholarship at the Clinton Technical School Awards Night. (Group photo includes John Glenn, Machine Tool Instructor at Clinton Technical School).
Austin Kline is the 2019 recipient of the Daniel Mittenburg Memorial Scholarship. Austin will be a student in the Precision Machining Technology program at State Tech this fall. The State Tech Machine Tool Club started the scholarship in memory of Daniel Mittenburg who was a student in the Precision Machining Technology program at State Tech.

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