From Charles H. Featherstone’s article on the Columbia Basin Herald website:
When Natividad Cardenas first started in the auto program at the Columbia Basin Technical Skills Center, he wasn’t sure he was up to fixing cars.
“At first, I was scared to touch a car,” Cardenas said as he popped the hood of his 1997 Nissan Maxima. “But now, I understand how things work.”
It was a “shop morning” at the CB Tech auto program in Big Bend Community College’s Bldg. 3300, and Cardenas had brought his car in for an oil change.
“I’ve always had a passion for cars,” the Moses Lake High School senior said. “I want to buy a race car.”