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David Reuland & Students of MHS Skills USA
David Reuland & Students of MHS Skills USA

Pictured here are students of MHS that participate in Skills USA. These students along with Dave Reuland the Auto Mechanics instructor at Mitchell High School combined their skill and efforts to help out a retired and disabled school teacher in need.  A local woman who taught in South Dakota for many years had her car vandalized and Mr. Reuland and the Skills USA Members hear of her bad fortune, and then together worked after school hours to repair the vehicle for the disabled school teacher.  KMIT rewarded the crew with a Subway Party Sub and Soda Party.

Pictured here are the group of students and their instructor. KMIT Salutes these students on a wonderful act of kindness!

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