- That's thanks to the Advanced Welding Institute (AWI). The director of Klondike Days reached out to the school asking for a donation. The institute donated steel and labor. A-W-I director Brian Scheid feels like it will go to a good cause. "We felt we could donate our time and material to it just because it's a nonprofit event," said Scheid.
"And it's a good event in the winter day to get people out to."Klondike Days will begin March second. The institute is Wisconsin's first and only privately owned welding school.85% of the classes are hands on training during the program.
Story By: Shardaa Gray