The Algoma Wolf Tech may now be able to provide more oil changes to people in need thanks to the Jandu Petroleum Pride Pumps. Algoma has an auto upkeep program that provides free oil changes for the Kewaunee County rideshare service. People who use their cars to give rides for Kewaunee County get a voucher for a free oil change at the Algoma Wolf Tech. The students are not only in charge of performing the oil change but scheduling it and getting the right materials. Mark Abel, director of the Algoma Wolf Tech, says it’s a great way for students to give back to the community and learn skills.
Only two customers have received oil changes so far and Abel would like for more demand for the students. Raymond Leslie, Elijah Ritchie, Gaven Jones, Logan Nohr and McKale Krueger are the students leading the program.
The Jandu Petroleum Pride Pump program is making a donation to the Algoma Wolf Tech Auto Upkeep. Two cents from all gallons of gas purchased at the two Pride Pump locations in Algoma goes towards a program at Algoma Schools. The two Algoma locations are at Lake Street & Jefferson Street as well as on 4th Street between Clark and Fremont. The Jandu Petroleum DoorCountyDailyNews.com Pride Pump promotion has meant several thousand dollars have been donated to school districts in Door and Kewaunee Counties.