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Mechanics gloves donated to GCA students

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - The Guam Contractors Association Trades Academy launched their new Automotive Technology program. The course provides the foundation needed, including shop safety, environmental & hazardous materials, and more.

Recently, Kwikspace donated several boxes of automotive mechanic gloves to the school and GCA automotive instructor Mike Anderson says the donation will be put to good use.

He told KUAM News, "These donations are great for the program because as a technical we don't automatically have all these different resources and so whenever we get resources and other products it definitely helps the class and the students."

The first class started March 7 and finishes April 6.

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