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Northeast Georgia Antique Auto and Truck Club scholarships awarded
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Pictured from left, are North Georgia Technical College automotive technology instructor Clayton Smith, automotive collision instructor David Rice, chapter Vice President Larry Christie, scholarship winner Jeremy Gay, scholarship winner Alexander Hamilton, club coordinator Grady Cowart, automotive collision instructor Neil Youngblood, Dean for Academic Affairs Dan Pressley and automotive technology instructor Stoney Farmer.

The North Georgia Technical College Foundation recently received a $1,000 student scholarship donation from the Northeast Georgia Antique Auto and Truck Club. The club has awarded $500 scholarships to two NGTC automotive students annually for over 16 years. 

The funds, which are proceeds from the Northeast Georgia Antique Auto Region Car and Truck Show, are made available to the winners to purchase tools and equipment for their chosen profession. This year’s winners are Jeremy Gay from Martin and Alexander Hamilton from Dahlonega.

Gay recently graduated from the Automotive Technology program with a 4.0 GPA.  

Hamilton is a student in the auto collision program and plans to graduate in 2018.

For more information on the transportation programs or to make a donation to the NGTC Foundation, call 706-754-7700 or visit

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