Today, our Board Directors and Ambassadors toured Commercial Metals Company (CMC)! ⚙️ _____ CMC manufacture, recycle, and fabricate metals into rebar that is used as a tension devise in concrete and structures. _____ We learned how they take recycled steel into a furnace to melt it. Then, they transfer the liquid steel into a ladle, pour it into molds which become billets. Later the raw material (billets) are processed into rebar. _____ Thank you to our Board Member, Gilbert Hutton for having us! Now when we see rebars at a construction site of a bridge or structure, we will think of CMC. 😎 _____ • • • #fontanachamber#chamberofcommerce#fontanacalifornia#ranchocucamonga#cmc#rebar#manufacturingprocess#industrialmember
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Sport of Archery Draws Praise By Tim Murphree Even though high powered rifles are the most popular weapon for game hunting, the bow and arrow has yet to be retired from the pages of history. In fact, the bow and arrow in its advanced design o inorsasing in popularity both as a form of casual recreation and as a means of serious game hunting. Bruce Arnold, a millwright at Garden State Paper Company in Pomona is one of the many archers who has been enjoying the sport's resurgence. Bruce took up archery about twelve years ago, and though he hasn't been practicing with the frequency he did in the beginning, he still takes time to enter an occasional tournament. Bruce recently went to a tourna ment at Lake Tahoe where he placed first in his class. There are three classes or levels in tourna ment archery. He placed second in his class at a tournament in Fres- no. Bruce explains that the rise in archery's popularity is due in part to its reintroduction into the Olympic Games a few years ago. Today there are tournaments held all over the country. Tournament archery consists of roaming around a course and hitting from between thirty and tifty targets. Often a golf course is used and archers must shoot arrows up to 250 yards. This type of tournament is quite similar to golf itself and there are few holes in-one. Today's archery equipment is advanced in design but similar to what has always been used. The Bruce Arnold Concentrates on Targetmost obvious deviation from the simple bow is called the compound hunting bow There are several pulleys and the string is many times longer than the bow itself. Another type of bow is the design that Bruce uses, called the dyna- bo. This uses a principle of vari- able leverage which provides a lot of power, while at the same time decreasing the strain to the ar- cher. Bruce uses a Morrett model built by his friend, Ron Morrett. He feels this is one of the highest quality bows made The arrows Bruce uses are made of aluminum. These are