Pam Schehl/News Celebrating the conclusion of the 2016 Automotive Technician class at Knox Technical Center are, front row, from left, graduates Alyssa Runyon, Joshua Miller, James Sullivan and Geoffrey Exline; and second row, Christian Hellwig, Christopher Mostaka, Pablo Heredia, Seth Reynolds and instructor Michael Creighton. Not pictured, Zaine Barnett.

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Celebrating the conclusion of the 2016 Automotive Technician class at Knox Technical Center are, front row, from left, graduates Alyssa Runyon, Joshua Miller, James Sullivan and Geoffrey Exline; and second row, Christian Hellwig, Christopher Mostaka, Pablo Heredia, Seth Reynolds and instructor Michael Creighton. Not pictured, Zaine Barnett. Request this photo

 

MOUNT VERNON — A graduation ceremony for the Knox County Technical Center’s Automotive Technician class was held Friday evening, as proud friends and families members applauded the students’ success.

“This is one of the most important skills we teach here at the career center,” said superintendent Kathy Greenich. “Not only will you be able to keep your car on the road and keep kids safe, you have chosen a field with a good wage and security. … It is a privilege to be here and to celebrate your accomplishments with you.”

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