The Automotive Technology Program held its Fall Advisory Committee meeting recently. Earl Flack, president of McKay’s NAPA, announced that his company is willing to offer Kaskaskia College a scholarship for Auto Parts students. The committee was pleased with the good start of Auto Parts Management Program and also discussed enrolment, new equipment, auto tech student club actives, and a new certificates.
Those attending were Tony Pick, Bi-State Transit and KC Automotive Instructor, Nashville; Chuck DeBernardi, KC Automotive Program Coordinator, Earl Flack, President and CEO McKay's NAPA, Hillsboro; Alan Auld, KC Automotive Instructor/Auld Backhoe Service, Centralia). In back is Carl Huels, Carl’s Four Wheel Drive from Bartelso; Ed Hammann, Vice-president of McKay's NAPA, Litchfield; Patrick Dagg, KC Auto Parts Instructor/ McKay’s NAPA, Odin; Steve Lanter, KC Student/ President Automotive Technology Student Organization, Breese.