Meadowdale’s Automative Technology Program gets a lift, thanks to Campbell Nelson

Students in the program, first row (L-R): Shawn Atchison, Jonathan Poellinger, Shaeffer Subcleff. Second row: Sawyer Sjolin, Samuel Schlatter, Altaf Shah, Samantha Fannon, Sean McNelis, Robert McDonald, Blake Beal, Christian Jansen. (Photos courtesy Edmonds School District)
Cutting the ribbon at MHS, from left, Kurt and Craig Campbell of Campbell Nelson, students Samantha Fannon and Samuel Schlatter, and instructors Dave and Bryan Robbins.
Cutting the ribbon at MHS, from left, Kurt and Craig Campbell of Campbell Nelson, students Samantha Fannon and Samuel Schlatter, and instructors Dave and Bryan Robbins.

Meadowdale High School hosted a ribbon-cuting ceremony for the school’s newly installed automotive lift for the Automative Technology Program.

The new lift allows 25 percent more students to participate in the growing program and provides additional hands-on experience. The lift was funded through “the very generous donation Campbell Nelson VW/Nissan made to the Edmonds Public Schools Foundation,” said Foundation Executive Director Deb Anderson.

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