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Winter Azalea by Charles A. Waugaman

WINTER AZALEA There is a potted azalea in the living room That feeds my soul. All summer it planned for bloom. Month after month it gave itself to this. I should like to think It gave itself to me, Planned to reward me For the scorching days of neglect And the...

Garden Tea Party by Charles A. Waugaman

Listen to the leaves of robin song spill into the rain: parched dreams expanding and staining the long afternoon with poignant fragrances: blending past and hope with vibrant joy. WITHIN The Circle of Seasons Poems by Charles A. Waugaman All Rights Reserved. 2003,...

ArcelorMittal: Changing the face of steel

print When you hear “steel mill,” you may not immediately think of millennial women. Fortunately for ArcelorMittal, we employ a growing number of female engineers who sought careers in advanced manufacturing after college. Danielle Skolnekovich, Kallee Waugaman and...

ArcelorMittal: Changing the face of steel

print When you hear “steel mill,” you may not immediately think of millennial women. Fortunately for ArcelorMittal, we employ a growing number of female engineers who sought careers in advanced manufacturing after college. Danielle Skolnekovich, Kallee Waugaman and...