News Release from the Kershaw County School District
November 29, 2017
Representatives from Invista were recognized by the Kershaw County School Board for their support of the KC Robotics Team at the Nov. 28 school board meeting. Invista’s financial contribution and assistance will help the team in future competitions. Last year, the local robotics team finished second out of 66 teams in the Palmetto Regional First Robotics Competition in Myrtle Beach, earning a wild card invitation to the World Championship in Texas.
School board members Don Copley (back row, 2nd from the left), Ron Blackmon (back row, 3rd from the left) and Mark Sury (back row, 2nd from the right) stand with Invista Plant manager Steve Kimpton (back row, 4th from the left), Invista BCF Support Operations Manager Randall Watts (back row, 5th from the left), Invista Critical Component Engineer Joseph Wells (back row, 6th from the left), Invista Human Resource Generalist Annette Little (back row, 7th from the left) and members of the KC Robotics Team.
The KC Robotics Team is hosting an All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction on Saturday, December 2nd from 4-8 pm at St. Johns United Methodist Church. Ticket prices are $10 for Adults, $7 for Children 10 and under and Children under 2 eat free. For more information, email email@example.com.
KC Robotics Team
Thursday, August 31 Thursday, August 31
5pm to 7pm
Lugoff -Elgin High School Annex
Come to see our team and if you would be interested in joining.
Open to 7th through 12th graders who live or attend school in Kershaw County.
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