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Career tech center unveils new robotics facility

Published 6:52pm Thursday, February 7, 2013

The Chilton County Chamber of Commerce held a Business After Hours event at LeCroy Career Technical Center on Thursday during which students like Thorsby senior Trevor Moon (above, center) showed guests around the center’s new robotics program facility.

Prior to that, Probate Judge Bobby Martin signed a proclamation declaring February as Career Tech Month in the state of Alabama.

LeCroy director Tommy Glasscock introduced a new branch of the Chamber, the Education Workforce Development Council.

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