SPRINGVILLE — Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. Mike Stack visited Susquehanna, Bradford and Tioga County businesses and industries Wednesday, April 20. While in Susquehanna County, Bill desRosiers, external affairs coordinator from Cabot Oil and Gas took the lieutenant governor to a natural gas drilling pad and production site. After the tour, they visited the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center for a luncheon and tour of the facility.
At the luncheon, several SCCTC students were recognized:
• Carpentry and Cabinetmaking students Chris Meaders, Keaton Smith and James McIntyre brought home a gold medal from the SkillsUSA State Competition held recently in Harrisburg. They will take their winning community service project to the National Competition to be held in Louisville, Kentucky.
• Alyssa Sickler was honored for her community service by The Challenge Program. This program connects business and education to achieve a skilled and motivated future workforce. Cabot Oil and Gas has supported this program at the SCCTC since 2012.
• Allison Hampton, who received a Community Foundation scholarship for her culinary tool kit, represented the hundreds of SCCTC students who have received scholarships for their tool kits, boots, cosmetology kits, uniforms and more. Cabot Oil and Gas donates more than $50,000 to this Community Foundation fund annually.
Information provided by the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center.