On September 18, 2011, Johnson College was home to Cars on Campus 2011.
The event raised $5,277 for the Johnson College Cars on Campus Scholarship, exceeding the $5,000 goal. This scholarship is awarded to a second-year student with financial need who shows persistence in his or her studies in a technical trade area.
Over 120 registrants displayed their classic cars and unique vehicles to the delight of hundreds of car lovers, alumni, students, and community friends.
Co-chair Rudi Dickinson ’11, shares, “One of the best aspects of Cars on Campus is the variety of vehicle classes that it attracts. We see everything from semi-trucks to muscle cars.”
Attendees enjoyed refreshments and music provided by DJs Brian Langan and Conor McGuigan while they walked around the vehicles exhibited on the Johnson College campus. Highlights included the Nostalgia Super Stock Fords displayed by 422 Motorsports and Charlie Conrad’s 1964 Chevy Corvette which won the Best in Show Award in 2010 and was the 2011 Show Car.
Awards were presented in a variety of categories. Big winners included Sam Zangardi of Wyoming, PA, whose 1961 Corvette won the Best in Show Award for 2011, and Anne Rosiello of Milford, PA, whose 1965 Cobra won the President’s Pick Award.
Plans for Cars on Campus 2012 are underway. Check the Johnson College website at www.johnson.edu for the latest news.
Cars on Campus 2011 raised $5,277 for the Johnson College Cars on Campus Scholarship!
From left to right: Katie Leonard, Johnson College’s Vice President of Institutional Advancement; Dave Manasek, Manasek Auto Parts, Inc. (a NAPA Dealership); Dave Hopkins, Dalton Garage; Heather Stuart, Johnson College’s Advancement Services Administrator; Mary Ann Novak, McGrail, Merkel & Quinn; Greg Sucheski ’12, Precision Machining Technology Student, Peckville; Dr. Ann L. Pipinski, Johnson College’s President & CEO
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