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People You Know: Business, Feb. 24
The Keystone Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors has announced that three of its high-achieving apprentices will compete among more than 170 of the top construction apprentices and trainees in the country at the 30th annual National Craft Championships, March 1-3, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
They are Justin Cramer, of York, 4th-year carpentry apprentice, Benchmark Construction Co. Inc.; Zachary Rhoads, of Lancaster, 4th-year carpentry apprentice, Benchmark Construction Co. Inc.; and Jeremy Weaver, of Reinholds, 4th-year electrical apprentice, The Farfield Co.
Cramer, Rhoads, and Weaver received top scores at ABC Keystone’s local craft competition on Oct. 21, earning them spots to compete at NCC.
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