Abigayle Morgan ’19, an auto restoration major and communications minor, has been hired as the coordinator of automotive restoration events. Some of her responsibilities include organizing and hosting numerous campus and off-campus events and activities. In this role she will partner to work on promotion and communications for the program, and some fundraising, especially related to the Denise McCluggage Scholarship for women. As a student, Abigayle interned at LeMay America’s Car Museum in Tacoma and at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. She was an active member of the C.A.R.S. Club and managed show registration.
Car Show Recap
America’s love of the automobile is alive and well, and was on full display at McPherson College when it hosted the 20th Annual C.A.R.S. Motoring Festival on May 4. Read the full story here. Here’s what others had to say about this year’s car show: AutoWeek and Hemmings Daily.
AR alumni are using podcasts to share their passion about cars with the world. John Viviani ’00 and Will Posey ’00 host No Driving Gloves, and Brett Hatfield ’05 hosts The Driven. Both shows recently featured the annual car show at McPherson College. Check out what they had to say:
McPherson College faculty, students, and alumni will travel to The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, and Switzerland exploring castles and car collections in January 2020. Although this travel opportunity is already full, watch for another European tour already in the the planning stages for 2022.
MotorWeek TV features AR Progam
McPherson College was featured recently in a segment on MotorWeek TV. MotorWeek airs on most PBS stations across the country and on the Velocity channel.
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