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Creative art lab receives $5K donation for new equipment

Sep 6, 2015 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

The CNC router is capable of making furniture and models for building houses.

The Maker Space 307 lab in Fort Washakie is closer to ...


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Riverton Wells Fargo business banker Ron Fossen, left, and branch manager Tammy Leisy handed a $5,000 donation to Maker Space 307 coordinator Lorre Hoffman and staff member David Maulik. The technological art lab intends to buy several pieces of new equipment, including a computer-controlled cutting machine called a CNC router. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Riverton Wells Fargo business banker Ron Fossen, left, and branch manager Tammy Leisy handed a $5,000 donation to Maker Space 307 coordinator Lorre Hoffman and staff member David Maulik. The technological art lab intends to buy several pieces of new equipment, including a computer-controlled cutting machine called a CNC router. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Riverton Wells Fargo business banker Ron Fossen, left, and branch manager Tammy Leisy handed a $5,000 donation to Maker Space 307 coordinator Lorre Hoffman and staff member David Maulik. The technological art lab intends to buy several pieces of new equipment, including a computer-controlled cutting machine called a CNC router. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Riverton Wells Fargo business banker Ron Fossen, left, and branch manager Tammy Leisy handed a $5,000 donation to Maker Space 307 coordinator Lorre Hoffman and staff member David Maulik. The technological art lab intends to buy several pieces of new equipment, including a computer-controlled cutting machine called a CNC router. Photo by Alejandra Silva

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