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Grant for Tools Recognized at South-Doyle High School

South-Doyle High School Collision Repair Teacher Rod McMahan and students in his collision repair class recently recognized a grant for more than $6,000 received from the Collision Repair Education Foundation and Knoxville I-CAR (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair). The grant has been used to purchase tools for the study of collision repair.

In attendance at the Jan. 23 recognition event were McMahan and students; South-Doyle High School administration; Dalton Collision Inc. representatives; Knoxville I-CAR representatives; and Knox County Schools Career, Technical and Adult Education officials.

The Collision Repair Education Foundation provides scholarships and grants to enhance the education of students to better prepare them to understand new technology and gain skills necessary to be successful collision industry members.