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A graduate of the Automotive Service Technician Foundation trades training program at the Fort St. John Campus of Northern Lights College is the proud owner of a new toolbox.


Stephen Fedderly recently was presented with the toolbox, by Delbert Benterud, sales manager for Northern Metalic in Fort St. John. Northern Metalic started the practice in 2008 of presenting a toolbox to the student who achieves the highest overall grade in the Automotive Service Technician Foundation program.

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Northern Metalic also supports NLC’s Heavy Duty/Commercial Transport Technician Foundation program in Fort St. John by providing a toolbox for an outstanding student in that program.

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