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By LuAnn Schindler

Windmill project places third in Ken Iverson Project competition


March 20, 2024

LuAnn Schindler | SAM

Design team • Garrett Napier, Caydence Schumacher and Mike Umphress show a windmill they designed and built for a steel project competition. It finished third in voting.

That's where a 12-foot windmill, designed by Summerland art student Caydence Schumacher and constructed by advanced welding students Garrett Napier and Mike Umphress, finished in voting at the Norfolk Home and Garden Show.

Summerland industrial technology instructor Michael Odell announced how the project fared on Monday.

The competition honors the legacy of Ken Iverson, former president of Nucor Steel.

The windmill will be displayed at Johnson Park in Norfolk for a year.

Odell said the IT department will receive a $400 donation.

"They'll also have a pizza party," he said.


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