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INVISTA provides financial support for KC Robotics Team

November 5, 2019

The Kershaw County School Board recently recognized INVISTA for its ongoing support for local schools and students. The company made a recent donation to KC Robotics team, which includes over 30 middle school and high school students. INVISTA’s recent donation will help pay for the robot competition registration fee for the FIRST Robotics Competition program in early March. The donation also will help pay for the purchase of materials and parts for the team's robots. In the past, the company has been supportive of the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) in many other ways including an in-kind laptop computer donation.

Pictured with members of the robotics team in green shirts are Kershaw County School Board member Todd McDonald (back row, 1st from the left), INVISTA Human Resources Generalist Annette Little (back row, 5th from the left), INVISTA Plant Manager Jay Johnson (back row, 6th from the left) and KCSD Superintendent Shane Robbins (back row, 1st from the right).

KC Robotics - Invista Donation Recognition

Mary Anne Byrd