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Auto Tech seminar

Thirteen Central Lakes College students in the Automotive
Technology program recently attended the two-day Midwest seminar of the Automatic
Transmission Rebuilders Association in Bloomington. Accompanied
by instructor Ray Johnson of Pequot Lakes and lab assistant Richard Altepeter
of Brainerd, the 13 students represented all two-year colleges in the Minnesota
State Colleges and Universities system. A favorite of shop owners and
managers, the seminar is considered a valuable addition to formal education and
career placement as graduated students from programs with ATRA affiliation go
into business and contribute to an auto repair facility or dealership. The CLC students participating, who
all received prizes and assistance with lodging discounts at the Minneapolis
Airport Marriott, were Cody Kelley, Remer; Robert Pahl, Breezy Point; Christopher
Pistone, James Sorensen, and Brady Tesch, Brainerd; Jeremy Davidson, Baxter;
Tyler Gottwalt, Royalton; Michael Bounds, Staples; Devin Okerman, Derik Jendro,
Charles Hansen, and Mitchell Waldvogel, Little Falls; and Brandon Hoeschen, Freeport.

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