PHOTO SUBMITTED / Automotive technology students Paul Rejon (from left) of Brookhaven, Michael Butler of Bogue Chitto, Nicholas Devine and Wesley Bearden, both of Brookhaven, work with some of the new equipment in the automotive technology program at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.
PHOTO SUBMITTED / Automotive technology students Paul Rejon (from left) of Brookhaven, Michael Butler of Bogue Chitto, Nicholas Devine and Wesley Bearden, both of Brookhaven, work with some of the new equipment in the automotive technology program at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.

Co-Lin program adds new equipment

Published 10:52pm Saturday, April 5, 2014

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