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Pioneer collision repair students restore Korean War-era Jeep

• May 5, 2018 at 2:00 PM

SHELBY — The Pioneer Career & Technology Center collision repair lab has collaborated with the Richland County Marine Corps League Detachment No. 527 to restore a Korean War-era Jeep.

Burk Jisa, detachment commandant, spoke to the students about the importance of the Marine Corps and expressing appreciation for the work they did. Jisa was joined by seven additional members of the detachment. The Jeep is used in parades and in special events.

Pioneer has been providing quality career-technical education to high school juniors and seniors for nearly 50 years. The school serves more than 1,150 students representing 35-plus career-tech programs and 14 partner schools. Pioneer also offers adult education programs. For more information, www.PioneerCTC.edu.

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