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Garyn Pruett, a high school student who attends Poplar Bluff Technical Career Center, tests his skills in paint-blending as he sprays sheet metal on a paint booth at Linn State Technical College during the 46th annual Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference, which began Thursday and concludes today.

Garyn Pruett, a high school student who attends Poplar Bluff Technical Career Center, tests his skills in paint-blending as he sprays sheet metal on a paint booth at Linn State Technical College during the 46th annual Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference, which began Thursday and concludes today. Photo by Julie Smith.

LINN, Mo. - Linn State Technical College has been the site of the 46th annual Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference, which concludes this morning.

This is the ninth consecutive year the school has hosted students from 73 Missouri high schools and six community colleges. This year, a total of 2,237 are participating in over 120 leadership skill and written contests.

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