Stack’s donates car to High School

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The Board of Education accepted Stack’s Auto Service & Tires’ donation of a used car to the High School.  

The car, which is valued at $3,500, will be used for demonstration and instruction in Mr. James Haley’s Car Care class at the High School. It will replace the 1970’s vehicle that Mr. Haley’s class had been using.

“It is great to have hands-on learning experiences and support from the community for our tech programs,” Principal Mr. Jonathan Klomp said.

“I am happy to help the future automotive technicians further their education,” said Tom Cummings, the owner of Stack’s Auto Service & Tires on Deer Park Avenue in North Babylon.  

The Board of Education announced its acceptance of the donation at its November meeting.