Cape Cod British Car Club, Ltd. Awards Annual Scholarships

23 Jun 2011 7:54 AM | Deleted user

June 20, 2010
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Recently the Cape Cod British Car Club, Ltd. completed our annual high school award distributions.  Each year the club provides a scholarship or tool grant to a graduating student from the Plymouth South High School in Plymouth, the Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical High School in Bourne and the Cape Cod Regional Technical High School in Harwich.

Our car club targets these annual financial awards towards young men and women graduating from the area’s technical school programs.  We stipulate only that the student graduates from any of the schools’ automotive related educational programs.  Our assistance is designed to advance the training and future careers of these young technical high school graduates.  Each of the schools determines which of their students will receive our award.

Jay Davies, an Automotive Technology student from Plymouth South High School, will be receiving a CCBCC, Ltd $250 Tool Grant this year.  Jay has excelled in his automotive technology studies over the past four years.  He is currently a participant in the co-op program working at Performance Auto.  While future education in the field is not out of the question for this Plymouth resident, initially Jay will continue to work at Performance Auto after graduation.

Renee Thayer is the Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School’s 2011 recipient of a CCBCC, Ltd $250 scholarship award.  This outstanding student is a resident of Falmouth.  Ms. Thayer is a recent graduate of the Bourne school’s Automotive Collision Program.  She will continue her studies next fall at Cape Cod Community College.

Amanda Price also received a $250 Scholarship award this year from the CCBCC, Ltd.  Amanda is a 2011 graduate of the Cape Cod Technical School in Harwich.  She is a resident of Dennis.  Amanda’s program of study was the Harwich school’s Auto Collision Shop.  School officials describe her as “a hard working student”.  She will attend the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in the fall.

The Cape Cod British Car Club is comprised of about 275 members.  The club is a not-for-profit corporation offering our members educational, fraternal, recreational and charitable activities focused around historic and modern English automobiles.  The centerpiece of the club’s annual activities is the British Legends Weekend and Car Show.  The show supports our scholarship program. This year the club’s ninth annual all British car show is scheduled for October 9, 2011 at Marina Park in Falmouth.  The car show is free to the public.

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