Students past and present, as well as those just exploring their career options, had a lot to see and do at the Alexandria Technical and Community College fall open house on Saturday, Oct. 30.
It was the college's first fully open house since before COVID-19 hit.
One big attraction was the college's transportation programs.
Every Powersports instructor from throughout the program's history, dating back to 1971, attended, including Everald Timm, who worked as a small engine repair instructor at the college for 21 years.
Also, KC Motorsports-Snocross vehicles were on display, along with a race trailer. The snowmobile racers signed autographs, showcased their Polaris-sponsored machines and visited with parents and potential students about job opportunities.
A variety of vintage vehicles and equipment were also on display, including models from Polaris, Oshkosh, Caterpillar and Peterbilt.