Students from the Capital High Welding and Machining Program have positive impact on statewide non-profit organization

At the annual Big Hearts Under the Big Sky fundraiser, CHS Welding and Machining Program students, under the direction of Jim Weber, contributed welding projects that raised a total of $3,450 – most of the cost of a Big Hearts trip.

Additionally, CHS Welding and Machining Program students were tasked with selling raffle tickets for a custom-made rifle to benefit the Big Hearts organization.  They sold all 75 tickets, which generated an additional $7,500 for the organization.

Overall, these Capital High students had a seriously positive impact on humanity last weekend, and we’re extremely proud of our students. They were a huge help not just in the project-making but have been volunteering months in advance in a variety of ways with Big Hearts for months in advance in a variety of ways and helped all weekend with this event.