Massena B&G Club gets $40,000 for kids' programs
Friday, August 25, 2017 - 9:17 am

The Massena Boys and Girls Club received $40,000 for new programing to introduce students to STEM activities and career options while they are at the club. Fun competitions and STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) activities will “encourage students to use their problem-solving skills and creativity, while developing STEM learning,” according to a news release from the club. From left, Arconic plant manager Steve Rombough, BGCM Chief Professional Officer Debra Donatto, and David Polarolo, Arconic forgings and extrusions production and maintenance superintendent. See story.