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Columbus, GA 31904
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Jordan Auto Show
Auto Show Draws Over $7 Million Worth of Vehicle Entries
    Car lovers of all ages turned out in force this past weekend at the 20th annual Jordan Championship Auto Show. Over $7 million worth of vehicles ranging from classics to newer “tuner” cars were represented.  Event organizer, Robert Harris said “The great weather brought out nearly 200 collector cars and about 3000 visitors. Our guests tell us they enjoy this show because it is the first of the season and one of the best because of the wide variety of cars and family friendly atmosphere.” 
Forty-three classes of vehicles were on hand representing over 100 years of automotive history.  Specialty Winners were:
·         People’s Choice – Rick Lowe – 1941 Ford Coupe
·         Best of Show Car – Wayne Ivey – 1957 Chevy
·         Best of Car Truck – Wayne Taft – 1946 Ford
·         Oldest Car – Chuck Mann – 1901 Oldsmobile
·         Oldest Truck – Glen Hendrix – 1948 Chevy
·         Best Paint – Quincy Williams – 2009 Chevy Impala
·         Best Interior – Wayne Stevens – 2010 Camaro
·         Best Engine – Ron Sibley – 1965 Chevy C-10
·         Best Engine Compartment – Steve Atchley – 1955 Chevy BelAir

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Achieving Success Through
Relationships, Rigor, and Relevance

Jordan Vocational High School has throughout the years kept its promises. Administrators, teachers, and staff realize that everything we do at Jordan teaches a lesson, even when we are away from the classroom. Students watch our actions, hear our words, and are influenced in one way or another. The Jordan promise has been, and will continue to be, to take every boy and girl that comes through the door, regardless of who they are or where they come from, down a pathway to a better life through education. Success as a school is judged by the lives it touches. Jordan Vocational High School has been touching lives for the past ninety-eight years and no one does it better! At JVHS it has always been about boys and girls. Jordan 's promise is to continue to focus on student achievement for all students.