The skating event went well. My wife and I even skated. The best news is that we did not even brake any bones. Although, we did fall a time or two. My boys already want to know when we can go skate again.
The event was created to benefit the Ted Powe Scholarship, which is a scholarship set up for the collision repair program. Carousel Skate Center said that they plan to hold two skates per year in memory of Ted. All money generated from admissions and raffles will be donated to the scholarship.
I would like to personally thank Carousel Skate Center for their support and contributions. Community support helps Butler produce the technicians of tomorrow.
Here is a short video of the skating event.
Collision Repair Tip
When masking, some soft moldings can be lifted by slipping a small rope between the molding and the surface to be painted. This will eliminate paint/clear from bridging to the molding.
~BCC Student – Sam Moser
The automobile is the most recycled consumer product in the world today.
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