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A very successful H.O.S.A. food drive!!

A big THANK YOU to all who participated in the H.O.S.A. food drive. 816 pounds of food was collected. As well, 231 dollars and 66 cents. All items and money were donated to the Livingston Area Community Pantry. Thank you to all for your support and giving.

H.O.S.A. Food Drive

The Livingston Area Career Center’s H.O.S.A. (Health Occupations Students of America) Organization is having its annual fall Food Drive. This benefits the Livingston Area Community Pantry and any non-perishable items can be donated. Money is also accepted. H.O.S.A. will collect through November 18th and the items/money will be delivered to the Panty on Monday, November 21st. Thank you for your community support.

LACC SkillsUSA Calendar for Sale

Get your LACC SkillsUSA Calendar now! This calendar spans July 2016-June 2017 and features all LACC programs and is only $5. Call Jack Bristow at 815-842-2557 Ext. 312 or email jbristow@pontiac90.org Proceeds from the sales benefit the LACC SkillsUSA competitors.

LACC Auto Happenings:

This is a very exciting time of the year for the Auto Technology class. Students who successfully completed the Valvoline Vo-Tech Motor Oil Education Program have received their certificates of completion. In order to have received one, the student completes a three week course in engine oils which focused on the role engine oil plays in the engine lubrication, various parts of the lubrication system, the functions of the various oil additives and the difference between conventional, synthetic and high mileage oil. After completion, the certified student had to pass a challenging comprehensive exam and finally demonstrate the hands-on requirement of completing an oil change. The certificate will be a nice “additive” to their employment...

MTI visits LACC Welding Class

The Midwest Technical Institute (MTI) came to visit the Welding Technology I and II classes on September 30th. Louie from MTI, talked to the students about different options available to them after high school, what MTI could provide them as one of those avenues and talked about changes to the “Mike Rowe Scholarships” provided by Mike Rowe and MTI. The changes to the scholarships will allow for more winners and will look more closely for deserving applicants. A small group of Welding Technology I and II students will be participating in a welding completion sponsored by the Pipefitters Local 597 on October 29th. This is a new competition for us and we are looking forward to seeing what the competition entails. The Welding Technology I...

Law Enforcement Club Receives Donation

The Livingston County Ag Fair Association, at their October 5th. meeting, presented the LACC Law Enforcement Club with a donation for their service in parking cars at the fair on July 19-21. On hand to receive the donation for the Law Enforcement club were secretary, Austin Long and Vice President, Alex Pampinella.

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