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Wells Fargo Bank donating $6K to 3-D print operation

Aug 25, 2016 From staff reports

Maker Space 307 received a $6,000 donation from Wells Fargo in June.

Maker Space, located at the Frank B. Wise building in Fort Washakie, is Fremont ...


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Wells Fargo recently gave $6,000 to the Wind River Development Fund's Maker Space 307 lab in Fort Washakie. Present to exchange the check were, back row, from left, Maker Space 307 instructor David Maulik, Wells Fargo manager Ron Fossen and bank staff members Jenny Sauer and Shelly Vargas, and front row, from left, bank staff members Kimber Nolting, Erin Fox and Courtney Kramer. </p><p>
Photo by Alejandra Silva

Wells Fargo recently gave $6,000 to the Wind River Development Fund's Maker Space 307 lab in Fort Washakie. Present to exchange the check were, back row, from left, Maker Space 307 instructor David Maulik, Wells Fargo manager Ron Fossen and bank staff members Jenny Sauer and Shelly Vargas, and front row, from left, bank staff members Kimber Nolting, Erin Fox and Courtney Kramer.

Photo by Alejandra Silva


Wells Fargo recently gave $6,000 to the Wind River Development Fund's Maker Space 307 lab in Fort Washakie. Present to exchange the check were, back row, from left, Maker Space 307 instructor David Maulik, Wells Fargo manager Ron Fossen and bank staff members Jenny Sauer and Shelly Vargas, and front row, from left, bank staff members Kimber Nolting, Erin Fox and Courtney Kramer. </p><p>
Photo by Alejandra Silva

Wells Fargo recently gave $6,000 to the Wind River Development Fund's Maker Space 307 lab in Fort Washakie. Present to exchange the check were, back row, from left, Maker Space 307 instructor David Maulik, Wells Fargo manager Ron Fossen and bank staff members Jenny Sauer and Shelly Vargas, and front row, from left, bank staff members Kimber Nolting, Erin Fox and Courtney Kramer.

Photo by Alejandra Silva

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