Local Businesses Reward Automotive Mechanics Outstanding Student, Ben Shaffer

Front row L to R is Ben Shaffer, Curwensville; Cindy Hunter, Hunter’s Garage; and Melanie Luzier, NAPA Store Manager. Back row L to R is Gary Sabol, Auto Zone Commercial Sales Manger; Dan Kerlin, Automotive Mechanics Instructor; Chris Swatsworth, Bud’s Electric Technician; Jacob Claar, NAPA Owner; Barry Jones, NAPA Owner; and Doug Hunter, Hunter’s Garage.

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) announces Ben Shaffer as outstanding Automotive Mechanics student.  Ben is a senior at Curwensville Area High School. Representatives from several local businesses donated towards the award including Hunter’s Garage, Clearfield NAPA Auto Parts, Bud’s Electric, and O’Reilly’s Auto Parts, Bergey’s Truck Parts, and Auto Zone. CCCTC partners with employers and community organizations to collaborate and ensure students are learning the most current skills. Employers and community organizations are an integral part of designing and updating curriculum.