09
May
2011
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03:59 PM
America/New_York

Congratulations Keith Holloway and good luck in national skills competition in Quebec

Mohawk student Keith Holloway has won first place in Cabinetmaking at the 22nd Ontario Technological Skills Competition at RIM Park in Waterloo. Keith, a 54-year-old married father of two grown children, will now represent Ontario and compete against top students from across Canada at the Skills Canada National Competition June 1-4 in Quebec. The national competition is the main step in selecting the members of Team Canada for the WorldSkills Competition being held overseas in London Oct. 5-8.


Keith returned to college as a Second Career student and ernolled in Mohawk's industrial woodworking program.


Congratulations to all Mohawk students who had medal-winning performances at the annual competition.



  • Keith Holloway placed 1st (gold) in Cabinetmaking

  • Steven Spicer placed 2nd (silver) in Auto Collision Repair

  • Bodhan Nebesny placed 2nd (silver) in Electrical Wiring

  • Curtis De Graaf placed 2nd (silver) in Plumbing

  • Robert Penney placed 2nd (silver) in Precision Machining

  • Steven Viveiros placed 3rd (bronze) in Auto Collision Repair

  • Aaron Matthews placed 3rd (bronze) in Auto Painting


The Ontario Technical Skills Competition featured more than 1,800 students in over 60 competitions.