Using leftover metal parts found scattered around the ag shop, the Princeton High School welding students used these to create the trophies for the Onion Festival car show.
Carrying on a tradition that started with previous welding classes, the students used creative license to make trophies that had an artistic flair with one-of-a-kind designs.
With 20 categories for the car show, the welders needed to build a trophy for each winner.
“We made this a class project for the Onion Festival,” welding teacher Rowdy Akins said.
By Jean Ann Collins • [email protected]