NLC student receives helpful gift

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Photo: Katherine Marshall was presented with a tool box by Northern Metalic Sales Manager Delbert Benterud (left) and NLC Automotive Service Technician Instructor Stan Kachmarski (right) for having the automotive technician programs’s highest grade average./submitted


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An automotive service technician foundation graduate at Northern Lights College has received a different kind of reward for having the highest overall grade in the program.

Katerhine Marshall was given a toolbox donated by Northern Metalic in Fort St. John.

The toolboxes have been given to graduates with the highest grade in both the automotive service program as well as the commercial transport/heavy duty foundation program since 2008.



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