Tahoma High School senior Ian Bridges stands beside the steel nameplate he designed and constructed

Tahoma High School senior Ian Bridges stands beside the steel nameplate he designed and constructed as a gift to Tahoma National Cemetery. Ian CNC plasma-cut, welded, grinded, polished, and clear-coated the decorative piece which is on display on the desk of Director Tom Yokes at the national cemetery. Ian is in Cary Collins’s Military History of the United States course and he built his project in Scott Newton’s welding class.
Tahoma High School senior Ian Bridges stands beside the steel nameplate he designed and constructed as a gift to Tahoma National Cemetery. Ian CNC plasma-cut, welded, grinded, polished, and clear-coated the decorative piece which is on display on the desk of Director Tom Yokes at the national cemetery. Ian is in Cary Collins’s Military History of the United States course and he built his project in Scott Newton’s welding class.