(Henderson, Nev.)- Tronox, a Henderson manufacturing plant, recently contributed a donation of $500 to help fund the Annual “Haunted Mines” Party hosted by Gordon McCaw Elementary School. This is the second year funding the event.
It is the time of year for trick-or-treating, scary costumes, candy, and pumpkins. By making small adjustments during this time to costumes and decoration choices danger and risk to public Safety is easily decreased. The Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada (PFFN) reminds the community to be safe this Halloween by offering some safety tips.
Tronox manufacturing plant donated $5,000 to Basic High School’s Robotics Team on Oct. 21.
Tronox, a Henderson manufacturing plant, donated $5,000 to benefit the Basic High School Robotics Team, Oct. 21. This is the third year they will be serving as the team’s primary sponsor.
The Basic team, a longstanding club at Basic High School, teaches students the engineering components of robotics, and how to build robots through advanced production methods.
Mark Reed, head of the Basic High School Robotics Team says, “Since Tronox has come on as a sponsor, our team has had the ability to work on more advanced robotics machines and participate in national competitions.
“Through these competitions, the team has earned recognitions and learned from other team displays. All of this would not be possible without Tronox’s generous donation each year. We are truly grateful to have Tronox as a community sponsor and partner.”
Rick Stater, Henderson Plant Manager, says, “We are proud to give back to such a dedicated and hardworking set of students.
“Charitable giving is a huge part of Tronox’s corporate culture, and providing the means to support educational opportunities for our youth is truly rewarding for our company and employees.”
The Basic High School Robotics Team is lead by William Fitzpatrick, who started the team in 2002. The program continues to grow in numbers and capabilities each year, and is open to junior and senior students.
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(Henderson, Nev.)- Tronox, a Henderson manufacturing plant, recently donated $5,000 to benefit the Basic High School Robotics Team on October 21, 2014. This is the third year they will be serving as the team’s primary sponsor.
(HENDERSON, Nev.) – The Henderson Police Officers’ Association Charitable Foundation (HPOACF) recently announced they will be the presenting sponsor for the 6th Annual ‘Run for Shelter’ 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk, on November 22, 2014 at Cornerstone Park. As the presenting sponsor, they will be donating $5,000 to the non-profit.
(HENDERSON, Nev.) – Fisher Industries recently donated $500 to the Annual “Run for Shelter” 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk being held on November 22, 2014. Funds raised through this event will go towards assisting victims of domestic violence in our community.
The Henderson Police Department held its first annual Cross with a Cop event Oct. 6-10 to raise awareness on crosswalk safety.