WMIA awards annual scholarships

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The Woodworking Machinery Industry Association’s Educational Foundation has awarded eight scholarships to students totaling $12,400.

The foundation has also awarded $23,000 to five schools — Pittsburg State University, New England School of Architectural Woodworking, Seattle Central College, Madison Area Technical College, and the École Nationale du Meuble et de L’Ébénisterie — from its scholarship endowment program.

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