TREVORTON - The parking lot of the Trevorton Foundry was transformed into a career dymposium on wheels May 11 when workers from the community shared their job experiences with Line Mountain Elementary students.

Students from kindergarten through fourth grade learned about participants' jobs, including required education, school subjects that helped them be successful and the positive and negative aspects of their careers. They also showed students how their vehicles worked.

Participants were: Kelly Klinger from PennDOT with a dump truck, Brett Schadel and Scott Feese with the Schadel Racing car, Gary Reed with a delivery van from Sunbury Motors, Donald Ferster from Mark Ferster and Sons Excavating, Rahn and Traci Troutman from Troutman's Food Service, Staff Sgt. Andrew Long from the National Guard in Williamsport, Dr. Joy Lenker from the Sunbury Animal Hospital, Bret Kahler and Jim Masser from the Klingerstown Fire Company Attack 56 Fire Truck, Scott Hause from the Sunbury Police Department K9 Unit, Carol Snyder from Catawese Coach Company, Mark Ryan from Martz's Game Farm, Joshua Wynn from the Coal Township Police, Josh Wiest from Koppy's Propane, Ty Troutman from Klinger Lumber Company and Chad Leitzel from Sunbury Motors.

The program was coordinated by Carol Kruskie, elementary school counselor and the Line Mountain Elementary School PTO.