Gordon McCaw Elementary School in Henderson held a kick-off party for its new robotics program last week.
Students and parents had the opportunity to meet engineers, robotic team members and instructors from Tronox, who is sponsoring the program. Continue Reading
Henderson Professional Fire Fighters (HPFF) teamed up with the Henderson Firefighter Benevolent Association (HFBA) to raise approximately $3,500 to donate to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Firefighters sold “Go Pink for the Cure” t-shirts within the organization and to community members last month. Henderson firefighters are wearing the shirts on duty throughout the month of October to show their support and to help raise awareness.
Tronox, a Henderson manufacturing plant, donated $1,500 to benefit the Pinecrest Academy Robotics Club. This donation will be used to purchase software and necessary equipment for students to build innovative robots. Continue Reading
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Tronox donated $300 to the McCaw School of Mines to assist in funding their “Halloween at the Mine” event.
On Oct. 24, from 6 to 9 p.m., the McCaw School of Mines will host a Halloween themed night. There will be tours of the mine, trick or treating, a costume parade and games.
The donation was made in hopes that it will help provide the Henderson community with a fun holiday celebration.
Kelsey Hand, executive director of media and client relations for Trosper Communications, LLC, was elected to the Board of Directors of S.A.F.E. House. She will serve a two-year term. Continue Reading
Tronox, a Henderson manufacturing plant donated $5,000 to benefit the Basic High School Robotics Team. This is the fourth year Tronox will be the club’s primary sponsor. Continue Reading
|Mayor Carolyn Goodman and the Las Vegas City Council members recognized the Las Vegas Firefighters for their work to raise money to donate for breast cancer research. Local 1285 representatives accepted a proclamation at today’s Council meeting to thank the firefighters for their work and salute their dedication to the community.
Las Vegas Firefighters Local 1285 are selling “Breast Cancer Awareness” shirts to their membership and the public. All proceeds benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. T-shirts sell for $20.00, and are available in men’s short and long sleeve styles and women’s sizes. They can be purchased online at www.heroic.supply until October 24.
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It’s breast cancer awareness month and to support the cause Las Vegas Firefighters are selling T-Shirts to support the Susan G. Komen foundation locally. Todd Ingalsbee explains how locals can get involved.
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