FCCTI wins second place in Pedal Car Challenge

The Fayette County Career and Technical Institute in Georges Township recently participated in the Student Career Day at the 57th annual World of Wheels Car Show in Pittsburgh. FCCTI was awarded second place for their entry in the Pedal Car Challenge, sponsored by Summit Racing Equipment. Shops that participated in the design and production of the pedal car were Auto Collision and Repair, Auto Mechanics, Diesel Mechanics, Welding, Building Construction, Machine Production and Graphic Arts. Pictured with the car are (from left) seated: Ben Williams, Auto Mechanics; Ryan Mitchell, Diesel Mechanics; Bryan Stillwagon, Autobody; Tina Rivero, Graphic Arts; and Cameron Mick, Diesel Mechanics; standing: Chad Humphreys, Auto Mechanics instructor; Brandon Danser, Diesel Mechanics instructor; Marvin Keller, Auto Collision program assistant; Steve Forsythe, Auto Collision and Repair instructor; and Dave Bowers, Graphic Arts instructor.

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