May. 17, 2018
– Rep. Jesse Topper (R-Bedford/Franklin/Fulton) recently recognized a group of Everett Area Middle/High School students for their assistance in creating prosthetic hands using a 3D printer.
The printer was made available by the Clair Vernon Chaney Foundation and has served as an important teaching tool. Topper presented the students with certificates from the House of Representatives for their work.
“These students are learning very advanced techniques. I am most impressed by their ability to bring an idea to fruition using cutting-edge technology,” Topper said. “This is truly hands-on learning at its finest and will help propel the students toward their goals.”
Rep. Jesse Topper (R-Bedford/Franklin/Fulton) presented certificates from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to engineering students at Everett Area High School. Pictured with Topper are Clair Vernon Chaney Foundation Executor John Lightner; students, Nathan Gilliland, Timothy Clark, Marshall Cessna and Alexander Calhoun; teacher, Chad Bosley and Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Danny Webb.
Representative Jesse Topper
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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