Alumni, students and staff bonded over Coffee and Cars on June 7 at Webster Thomas High School, 800 Five Mile Line Road, Webster.
The event was the brainchild of technology teacher Sean Campbell. He decided to invite alumni from the Titan technology program back to school for a day so they could come park their cars, tour the auto lab and enjoy coffee, doughnuts and conversation.
The event lasted less than two hours, with alumni returning to chat with current Titans over engines and chrome. Among the nearly two dozen vintage and muscle cars in attendance, there were a couple of GTOs, a Dodge Viper and the West Webster Volunteer Firemen’s Association fire truck. A corvette engine was hidden inside a Chevy SS. Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn showed up with his department’s DARE mustang.
Among the alumni present was Josh Klem, owner of MotoOption motor racing clothing. He and his team brought their ez-up, van and music.
Campbell was pleased with the attendance and said he’s thinking of making this an annual event.