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Industrial Maintenance Advanced Manufacturing Lab Unveiling
The official ribbon cutting. and Bullitt County Judge/Executive Melanie Roberts. 26th District State Representative Russell Webber... 49th District State Representative Linda Belcher... Appreciation and congratulations were also spoken by State Senator Dan Seum. Bullitt County Public School Superintendent Keith Davis thanked GE and Amatrol for their generous donations. Bullitt County Area Technology Center Academic Principal Angela Binkley is thrilled with the new lab! Director of College and Career Readiness Christy Rogers. Students talk about their experience with the FAME program. Rena Sharpe spoke about the importance of manufacturing jobs for people. Hal Heiner, Secretary for the Kentucky Cabinet for Workforce Development. Paul Perkins, President of Amatrol, spoke at the unveiling. Chip Blankenship, President and CEO of GE Appliances, spoke at the unveiling. Bullitt County Public School maintenance and technology employees at the Industrial Maintenance Advanced Manufacturing Lab unveiling. Director of College and Career Readiness Christy Rogers speaks at the unveiling of a $123,000 Industrial Maintenance Advanced Manufacturing Lab at the Bullitt County Area Technology Center. Industrial Maintenance Advanced Manufacturing Lab unveiling at the Bullitt County Area Technology Center. Donations by GE Appliances and Amatrol have funded the program. Hal Heiner, Secretary for the Cabinet for Workforce Development, speaks to Bullitt Central High School alumnae and FAME participate Thomas Troutman during the Industrial Maintenance Advanced Manufacturing Lab unveiling.