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Automotive LLC Bounds Into Finals Week


Instructor and students gather for an energetic outing ...
Instructor and students gather for an energetic outing …
... on trampolines that add a new dimension to dodgeball.
… on trampolines that add a new dimension to dodgeball.

Members of the Automotive Living-Learning Community traveled to the Fly World Trampoline Park on Elmira Street on Sunday, having fun and getting a sufficient workout to help them rest soundly before end-of-semester exams! Joining Eric D. Pruden, automotive instructor and LLC faculty liaison, were collision repair technology students Christianna L. Andryski, Brittany A. Frey, Genevieve M. Kelly, and Raymond M. Pennachio; automotive technology majors Allison N. Carr and James T. Wade; Preston T. Rose, an automotive restoration technology major; and applied management student Daniel W. DeShong.
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