Greater Twin Cities Honda Dealers Donate $10,000 to RMS
Richfield Bloomington Honda of the Greater Twin Cities Honda Dealers Association presented a check for $10,000 to Richfield Middle School on October 10. The donation was used to purchase computer numerical control, or CNC, machining equipment. CNC machining is a manufacturing process in which pre-programmed computer software dictates the movement of factory tools and machinery. This equipment will help support STEM studies, including classwork in the areas of industrial technology and computer programming.
Adults from left to right: Tim Cater, general manager of Richfield Bloomington Honda; Anne Schultz, president of Richfield Chamber of Commerce; Michael Howard, Richfield Councilmember; Nate Edwards, RMS teacher; Dan Forseth, RMS teacher; Will Onkka, RMS teacher; Dr. Carlondrea Hines, principal of RMS; and Steve Unowsky, superintendent.