Representatives from the Central Mountains Region Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) drove some of their antique cars to the CCCTC on May 18. Awards were presented to the outstanding student, Kirstan Eger, in the collision repair program and co-outstanding students Cody Fleming and Joshua Kerlin in the automotive mechanics program. The president of the AACA presented Eger and Fleming with an engraved plaque on a Sears Craftman five-door tool chest with a 300-piece high-polished tool set.
Doug Hunter, owner of Hunter Garage Napa Auto Care Center, presented Kerlin with an award containing several tools, a welding helmet, gift cards, and a monetary donation that Hunter Garage matched as well as other donated items from Auto Zone, Napa, and Snap-On-Tools.
CCCTC partners with employers and community organizations to collaborate and ensure that students are learning the most current skills. According to the center, employers and community organizations are an integral part of designing and updating curriculum. The AACA holds their meetings on the third Wednesday of the month at the Grice Museum in Clearfield; new members are accepted. To learn more about the CCCTC, visit www.ccctc.edu.