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/ 'b" ~f L: 12 The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder :ii "iii : Automotive Mechanics Building Construction Business Education Computer Lab State of the art computers Adult evening classes As much as 18 hours college credit given for regular programs Pell Grant, V. A., Voc. Rehab. and state benefits available Transportation available Special transportation and babysitting fees paid for women G.E.D. students Guidance and placement services are available for students completing programs Educational atmosphere to meet individual needs Route 5, Telephone: 354-6151 OPEN HOUSE AND VOCATIONAL FAIR Tuesday, February 14, from 10 a.m. til 6 p.m. (Parent's Day) Wednesday, February 15, from 10 a.m. tii 3 p.m. Lunch available both days from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Metal Trades Occupational Survey Principles of Technology Adult Basic Education VOCA TIONAL EDUCA TION February 12 - Thursday, February 9, Food Service Industrial Electricity Health & Medical Assistant Industrial Sewing I Two types of student projects will be on display for judging. They will be: Craftsmanship Projects and Informational Projects Students will be available to explain their proj . ct a answer questions. O0000000000QO0 Desktop Publishing with Pagemaker Computer Wheel Alignment Computer Wheel Balancer Vertical Milling Machine Pattern Torch IBM PS/2 Computer Network Canon Electronic Mdl. 160 Typewriter Physics Demonstrations in_k Prin. of TeCh" Candy Making Construction 0fAdirondack chairs Blood Pressure Screening Video on Gilmer Public Library