By David Martin
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Vehicles donated to GRHS

 

February 17, 2021

David Martin

Genesis Alkali recently donated a work vehicle to the Green River High School automotive department. Two others are expected in April. From left to right are Vice-President of Manufacturing of Genesis Alkali Fred von Ahrens, Dayne Vaught, Aaron Walker, GRHS Auto Instructor Justin Milles, Director Corporate Communications and Public Affairs of Genesis Alkali David Caplan, and GRHS Principal Darren Heslep.

The Green River High School automotive department will get three vehicles to work on courtesy of Genesis Alkali. One of the three vehicles was delivered last week, while the other two will be sent in April.

Darren Heslep, Green River High School's principal, said the donations stemmed from a desire to purchase simulators for the automotive classes, but the idea was quickly nixed. Heslep said each simulator would cost approximately $20,000 and wouldn't be ideal for group learning. Heslep said the idea to find vehicles that could be donated to the high school came about and credited Superinte...



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