The faculty of National Park College’s Innovative Technologies Center welcomed the community to the college’s new Makerspace on Oct. 19. NPC President John Hogan said the Makerspace offers new ways to engage people of all ages in the community and connect them with higher educators which, in turn, will provide new ways to keep people in Garland County “so they stay here, make money, produce well and improve the quality of life here in our community.” The Makerspace is open to the public every Friday with special events the last Friday of each month.
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1. Brycen Ferguson, Linda Ferguson and Noah Ferguson 2. Karen Spickard, Sam Heintz and Cheyenne Cloud 3. John Hogan, Janet Brewer and Wade Derdon 4. Sasha Thomas, Ethan Able and Isaac Booth 5. Michael Karr, Julien Post and Robin Pelton 6. Corey Morris, in cap, talks a group atttending the NPC Innovative Technologies Center Makerspace grand opening event 7. Jason Moore and Logan Kilby