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July 24, 2017 | 10:34 am

Pocono Mountain Street Rod Association Awards $2,000 Scholarship

(From left to right) Bill Sibio, Joe Vargay, John Gall, Dennis Skelton, Tracey Pratt (Manager of Development, Johnson College), Chip Bell, Kerry Urban (President, Pocono Mountain Street Rod Association), Joe Gabello, Tom Lello (Treasurer, Pocono Mountain Street Rod Association), Frank Salerno, Ron Semanski, Rich Tiffany, and Augie Kloris

The Pocono Mountain Street Rod Association has awarded $2,000 to be given to one Johnson College Automotive Technology student. The Automotive Technology Program prepares students to enter into the work force as entry-level technicians in the many phases of the automobile, truck, and diesel industries.

This is the 9thyear for the scholarship by the club, which raises funds through Cruise Nights held at the Viewmont Mall parking lot on the last Friday of each month. Cruise Nights help raise funds for their scholarship at Johnson College as well as other charitable community activities. The next Cruise Night is scheduled for Friday, July 28th at 6 p.m.

For more information on Johnson College’s Automotive Technology Program, click here!

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