Boys Scouts from Troop 309 Visit Regional High Technology Center
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Last updated:Monday, Aug 19, 2013 at 03:34 PM
Boy Scouts from Troop 309 recently visited Haywood Community College's Regional High Technology Center. The scouts learned about the Computer Integrated Machining program and the various labs in which students train to become skilled employees in the local workforce. As a result of the visit, the scouts earned their "Merit" badge, enabling them to move one step closer to fulfilling their goals of becoming an Eagle Scout. Pictured left to right is Doug Cable, HCC Computer Integrated Machining Instructor; scouts Nick Kalev, Talbryn Porter, Hunter Geneau, Arich Rubley; and Darrell Honeycutt, troop leader and HCC Instructor.