EHOVE Electrical Tech students from a variety of local partner schools throughout Erie, Huron and Ottawa Counties recently assisted Vermilion Chamber of Commerce with an underground electrical project under the direction of EHOVE Instructor Chuck Oeder. The students’ work will ensure safe electrical hook-up during Vermilion festivals and other events held in front of Town Hall.
The Vermilion Chamber of Commerce released a statement that said, “The EHOVE students did an outstanding job. There was about 17 students participating. It was quite a sight with 17 red hard hats running around.”
Beside the EHOVE students, the Chamber also thanked would like to thank EHOVE Electrical Tech Instructor and owner of Great Lakes Electric, Chuck Oeder, Ed Henderson, City Electrical Inspector for overseeing the project, Bob Kurtz and the city crew of the City Building Department, Dana Corogin & Jerry Showalter with the Parks Board, Sam Coe, Tom Adkins with Sattelight Electric, Peter Corogin with Lake Erie Electric, Charlie Grisel, Dave Henderson and John Brumenschenke.
PHOTO: (L-R) EHOVE Electrical Tech students Trevor Shimer (Bellevue HS), Ethan Colbert (Norwalk HS), Branden Burke (Danbury HS), Jason DeFrank (Danbury HS), Brennan Silvis (Huron HS), Jeremiah Klingman (New London HS), Luke Stevens (South Central HS), Kendal Scheid (St. Paul HS), Nick Doughty (St. Paul HS), Chris Nickoli (South Central HS), Garrett Licata (Bellevue HS), Charlie Shick (Vermilion HS), Matt Mussell (Norwalk HS), Trevor Chamberlin (Danbury HS), Calvin Gormley (Margaretta HS), Craig Smith (Huron HS).