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Wisconsin Historical Steam Engine Assn. Steam School Sept. 22-24


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Default Wisconsin Historical Steam Engine Assn. Steam School Sept. 22-24

Hello All,
It is getting to that time of year again and the WHSEA again will be presenting our Steam School at the Rock River Thresheree grounds outside of Edgerton, WI Sept. 22-24.

The School is good for 16 hours of experience toward the State of Mn. license and is recognized as an approved School for the State of Oh. All the details are available at www.whsea.org and on the Stak calendar page.

Everyone is welcome and there are also scholarships available. There is both classroom and hands-on time so work clothes, gloves and boots are recommended.

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Due to personal schedules the rest of the registrations are being handled by Jim Laven and his cell phone number is 262-Three Four Nine-0966.

Thanks & I hope to see many folks there!......PD
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Default Re: Wisconsin Historical Steam Engine Assn. Steam School Sept. 22-24

Despite the hot weather it seems like plenty of smiles went all around. We now have the engines winterized and put away with a huge THANKS to the generosity of the owners who allow the students to make their first mistakes on those engines.

Also a huge THANKS to the students for trusting us with their time.

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