Monday, 13 June 2016 16:51

CCCTC Students Build Chopper From the Ground Up

CCCTC Students Build Chopper From the Ground Up

Students in the Automotive Mechanics and Collision Repair program designed, built, and painted the new Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) chopper from scratch.

Dan Kerlin, Automotive Mechanics instructor, said, "The kids have done an amazing job putting the chopper together."

Darrin Dale, Collision Repair instructor, also mentioned that he was impressed with the artwork the students designed for the bike. The Collision Repair students involved in the project were Josh Jarrett (MoValley), Zach Pentz (Curwensville), Matt Willis (adult student), Sage Rupp (adult student), and Kaylee Borger (Clearfield). The Automotive Mechanics students involved in the project were Dalton Foster, William Maines, Dylan Allison and Breanna Jury, all from West Branch.

To learn more about the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center, visit www.ccctc.edu.

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