Grayson College opens new Advanced Manufacturing Lab

Grayson College officially unveiled its $1.4 million Advanced Manufacturing Lab for the school’s current Career and Technology Center during a ribbon cutting Friday afternoon. The lab will provide space for large industrial machinery, classrooms and storage space, and will largely be used to educate students participating in the Advanced Manufacturing Program.

The machinery for the lab was paid for through donations and grants and around 150 attended the ribbon cutting ceremony. Workforce Development Texoma Executive Director Janie Bates said $200,000 was already leveraged from the workforce commission and more may be on the way.

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