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High School Takes Part in Fix It Forward

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Feb. 6, 2020—A group of high school students at Fargo South High School in Fargo, N.D., is picking up auto repair skills and helping the community as part of a partnership with an area charity that provides cars to people in need, reports Inforum.

The partnership was with Fix It Forward Ministry, which has been around for five years. The charity pays for and supplies the parts, while Ed's Towing of Moorhead, Minn., donates time towing the cars to the high school to be worked on.

Within the five years it has been around, the charity has fixed 500 cars, and has given away 212 as of last week, according to Jeremy Jensen with Fix It Forward.

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