CLARKESVILLE - Two North Georgia Technical College Automotive students received a tools scholarship from the Northeast Georgia Antique Auto Region.<br />
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. <br />
Anderson is studying Automotive Technology with instructors Stoney Farmer and Kevin McCurry. LaCount is studying Auto Collision Technology with instructor Jeremy McAfee.<br />
On hand to present the awards to the scholars were the Northeast Georgia Antique Auto Region Chapter president Grady Cowart and David Wall.<br />
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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