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Duluth students bake up, bolt down college scholarships

Duluth Public School students won various awards at the April SkillsUSA Automotive Service Technology in the Twin Cities and Culinary Arts competitions in St. Cloud, Minn.

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Samuel Carpenter (left) and Sean Lindblad.

Duluth Public School students won various awards at the April SkillsUSA Automotive Service Technology in the Twin Cities and Culinary Arts competitions in St. Cloud, Minn.

Samuel Carpenter (left) and Sean Lindblad, both of Duluth East High School and students in Duluth Public School's Culinary Arts program, took first and second place in the Culinary Arts competition, respectively. Both received scholarships to New England Culinary Institute in Montpelier, Vt.: Lindblad with $15,000 and Carpenter with $12,000.

Erik Kangas of Duluth Denfeld High School (left) and Eric Tahtinen of Duluth East High School, both students in Duluth Public School's Automotive Technology program, took first and second place in the Automotive Service Technology competition, respectively. Tahtinen earned a $10,000 scholarship to Universal Technical Institute in Lyse, Ill., and about $600 in Snap-on tools. Kangas brought home two silver medals, one in Tools and Equipment Identification and the other in Safety.

Lindblad and Tahtinen advanced to National Leadership and Skills Conference June 20-24 in Louisville, Ky.

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Erik Kangas (left) and Eric Tahtinen.

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