Lowe's donates tools to SHS auto shop

Thanks to a partnership between SkillsUSA and Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation, Sunnyside High School auto shop students received a gift of more than 380 brand new tools thanks to Lowe's Toolbox for Education program.

Approximately 400 career and technical programs across the United States were selected to receive the Kobalt tools valued at $1,100. Auto shop teacher Nick Paulakis' students had a 100 percent membership with SkillsUSA that put them into consideration for the tool donation.

Lowe's sales manager Rocky Clayton and operations manager Alfredo Vargas were on hand to present Paulakis with the donation of tools on March 18.


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