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3 locals complete wastewater apprenticeships



The Missouri Rural Water Association (MRWA) Apprenticeship Program this week recognized three area men who have completed apprenticeship programs to become journeyman wastewater systems operation specialists. 

David Weyland, who works for the city of Alton, and Jarod Lung and Eric Clinton, employed with the city of West Plains, completed a two-year utility-based curriculum registered with the Missouri Department of Labor and conducted by MRWA.

The apprenticeship graduation was held Aug. 12 in Lebanon. A large crowd was on hand, including family and friends, to witness the accomplishments, said officials. 

The ceremony concluded with awards given by the U.S. Department of Labor Apprenticeship and Training Representative Tracy Laughery, along with MRWA President Dave Waller, Executive Director Howard Baker, Apprenticeship Coordinator Billy Everett and Apprenticeship Trainer Donald Jones. 

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