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General Electric donates over $123,000 in equipment to the Bullitt County Area Technology Center
Learning about appliances manufactured at GE. Bullitt Central High School students Kevin McKnight, Zach Hall and Sydney Shepherd listen during a tour of GE Appliance Park. Bullitt County Area Technology Center Academic Principal Angela Binkley speaks with Bullitt Central students Zach Hall and Sydney Shepherd. Bullitt County Schools Superintendent Keith Davis and Bullitt Central High School students Kevin McKnight, Zach Hall and Sydney Shepherd tour a small part of GE Appliance Park. Bullitt County Judge/Executive Melanie Roberts. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. Bullitt County FAME students join business, government and school officials for the announcement. Bullitt County officials celebrate GE's major announcement. Participating in GE's major announcement. The audience at GE's major announcement. Bullitt County Schools Superintendent Keith Davis speaks at the major GE announcement. Bullitt County Schools Superintendent Keith Davis thanks GE and those involved in the donation. A huge check for a major announcement! GE CEO Chip Blankenship, Bullitt County Judge/Executive Melanie Roberts, Bullitt County Schools Superintendent Keith Davis, Director of College/Career Readiness Christy Coulter, BCATC Academic Principal Angela Binkley and Amatrol President Paul Perkins.
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