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Last Monday and Tuesday, Mr. Kershner and I plus two others (who couldn't attend) was invited for the christening of the Tug and Barge we have designed and built for Tongue Point Job Corps in Astoria, OR.

During the afternoon of Monday Mr. Kershner and I worked to finalize the light features on the tug. 
Tuesday was a special day as another part of their program provided us with two pedestals, this to have the tug and barge movable.
At Uniform 1545 (3.45pm) it was time for a very special part of the day, two students graduating from their maritime program plus the revealing of the tug and barge along with the christening.

The foul weather didn't discourage us from having the event outdoors.

For the efforts the design and build team was given a Challenge coin by the schools' Captain Len Tumbarello

It was a special warm feeling to hand the two models over the school as we know they are to be used for educational purposes.

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All parts for the tug was 3D-printed, parts above deck on the barge 3d printed as well. 
The barge hull was made out of plywood and frames.

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