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Clockwise from top left: automotive service student Kerry Quiring gets under the hood during the ACE-IT program open house at Aldergrove Secondary April 3; Hairdressing student Morgan Turner styles Jaime Reitsma’s coiffs; and carpentry students Ryan Wilson and Josh Nordell glue and hammer construction framing. - HARRY HUNT PHOTOS
Clockwise from top left: automotive service student Kerry Quiring gets under the hood during the ACE-IT program open house at Aldergrove Secondary April 3; Hairdressing student Morgan Turner styles Jaime Reitsma’s coiffs; and carpentry students Ryan Wilson and Josh Nordell glue and hammer construction framing.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTOS

Clockwise from top left: automotive service student Kerry Quiring gets under the hood during the ACE-IT program open house at Aldergrove Secondary April 3; Hairdressing student Morgan Turner styles Jaime Reitsma’s coiffs; and carpentry students Ryan Wilson and Josh Nordell glue and hammer construction framing.

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