Valdosta > Wiregrass’ Auto Collision Repair Program donates Bumble Bee

| February 2, 2015


VALDOSTA — There’s a new buzz around Hahira these days thanks to the students in Wiregrass Georgia Technical College’s Auto Collision Repair program.

William Thomas and Robert Cannon took a bumble bee that was part of a former children’s ride at Wild Adventures and can gave the bee a new look! The two students reconditioned the bee and re-painted it to look brand new. After bringing the bee back to life it was obvious where the bee need to reside, Hahira.

Wiregrass donated the refurbished bee to the city of Hahira in honor of their Annual Honeybee Festival. The bee can be seen downtown on West Main Street.

Pictured: (ACR student’s honeybee) Robert Cannon and William Thomas are pictured with the refurbished honeybee that now lives in Hahira.

Lydia Hubert
Director of Marketing and Public Relations

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