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Incoming Student’s Team Finishes Seventh at Automotive Nationals


A soon-to-be-freshman at Penn College and his Jersey Shore Area High School teammate finished seventh out of 29 teams in this week’s 2009 National Automotive Technology Competition in New York. Bryan Schaefer, who will start classes as an automotive technology major at the college in the fall, and Johnathan Nyman advanced to the nationwide competition by winning a Pennsylvania Automotive Association Foundation-sponsored event in Harrisburg. Schaefer is the son of William H. Schaefer Jr., an assistant professor of automotive technology and a 2000 Excellence in Teaching honoree at Penn College.

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