Posted: Saturday, March 1st 2014 at 7:30am
Auto students at NGTC get tools from scholarship
CLARKESVILLE - Two North Georgia Technical College Automotive students received a tools scholarship from the Northeast Georgia Antique Auto Region.
Chosen from over 60 students in the NGTC Automotive programs, Daniel Anderson of Maysville and Chris LaCount of Martin each received a Sears gift card to be used for Craftsman equipment in their chosen future profession.
Anderson is studying Automotive Technology with instructors Stoney Farmer and Kevin McCurry. LaCount is studying Auto Collision Technology with instructor Jeremy McAfee.
On hand to present the awards to the scholars were the Northeast Georgia Antique Auto Region Chapter president Grady Cowart and David Wall.
For more information on the transportation programs or to make a donation to the Foundation, call 706-754-7700 or visit www.northgatech.edu.
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