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Minnesota West Foundation hosting legacy event

JACKSON -- The Minnesota West Community and Technical College Foundation will host a legacy event April 13 the Jackson campus . The Legacy Event is a celebration of more than 50 years of technical education on the Jackson campus featuring automot...

JACKSON - The Minnesota West Community and Technical College Foundation will host a legacy event April 13 the Jackson campus .

The Legacy Event is a celebration of more than 50 years of technical education on the Jackson campus featuring automotive technology, powerline technology and the electrician programs. Tours of campus will begin at 4 p.m. followed by a social hour, meal and short program. Attendees will have the opportunity to see the new 7,200 sq. ft indoor powerline training facility, as well as learn about the new solar program and program enhancements to the automotive technology program.

To purchase a ticket and support the foundation, or receive additional information, contact Sue Lovell at (507) 847-7929 or visit www.mnwest.edu/alumni-and-friends . RSVP is requested by April 4.

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