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Holmes Attala to offer night welding course in March

Holmes Community College is offering a night welding class at the Attala Center in Kosciusko beginning in March. Students will receive a certificate of completion upon finishing the six-week course. Classes will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The exact start-date will be announced once students sign up and the program reaches capacity.

Individuals will be introduced to safety in welding, welding equipment set-up, electrode selection and classification, oxy-fuel cutting/set-up/operations, general fabrication and general blue print reading. Emphasis will be on technique, proper welding position and set-up operations. Individuals must provide their own personal safety equipment, which includes: hearing protection, leather boots, a welding jacket (or long-sleeved 100 percent cotton shirt) and denim jeans or 100 percent cotton pants. No tennis shoes will be permitted.

Tim Townsend will teach the course, which costs $225. To sign up for the class, contact Kim Fowler at (662) 290-0808 or by email at


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