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College of Applied Technology gets $17,500 grant
Tennessee College of Applied Technologys Machine Tool Technology program has been awarded a $17,500 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation. Pictured, from left, are Tennessee Board of Regents vice chancellor James King, student David Skyles, Haas sales engineer Ken Potts, Warren County High School Career and Technical Educational Department director Tracy Risinger, IDB director Don Alexander, England, student Daniel Bratcher, and TCAT director Dr. Warren Laux.
Tennessee College of Applied Technology has received a $17,500 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation. “This grant will help us and grants are difficult to come by,” said TCAT instructor Randy England, who applied for the grant. “I really appreciate it.