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“For me, the biggest challenge has been the fact that this is our first time doing it,” Ellsworth said. “We don’t have really anything to build off of, and so, basically everything that we have done, we have had to learn on our own.”

Stutz said that at the competition, there would be four different races. The four races include two men rowing together, two women rowing together, a man and woman teaming together and sprinting.

Perez said one of the tasks at the competition will be to completely submerge the canoe with 10-pound weights inside, and the canoe has to still be able to float.

“I am not really concerned with winning money for the school; it is just fun, and it’s exciting to do,” Ellsworth said. “It is more rewarding personally than a prize.”

Ellsworth said besides bragging rights, the prizes for winning include a couple of $1,000 scholarships for the winning university.

Reese said the BYU-Idaho ACSE chapter meets in the Auxiliary Services Building located on the west side of the orchards.

Reece said that in order to contribute in the concrete canoe project, students must be an engineering or technology major, but all students may join ASCE.

“ASCE is not just a student organization; it is a professional organization,” Reece said. “So, once we graduate, we will still be members and associate with other engineers and meet regularly.”

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