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JHHS Received a Grand Prize Sweepstake Donation

Laser cutter Mr. Denton Larson has generously donated a Dremel Idea Builder 3D Printer, Dremel DigiLab Laser Cutter and Dremel DigiLab Laser Cutter Filtration Unit to the John Handley High School CTE Department.  Mr. Larson is a resident of Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury  in Winchester

Mr. Larson won first prize in the “Dremel Maker Days Sweepstakes” sponsored by Dremel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Robert Bosch Tool Corporation.  The 3-D Printer, Laser Cutter and a Filtration unit are valued at nearly $10,000.  

The donation of his winnings to the CTE Department is an example of the connection between the community and Handley.  “What a wonderful, generous gesture to donate your winnings to the local high school! I also love that your community has a woodworking shop to give an outlet to the resident Makers,” stated Tracy Farrell, of Dremel.   

The tools will help Winchester Public School students for years and help provide Handley students with the opportunities that they deserve.