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Monday, June 28, 2010

Technology Award 2010

This year's Technology Award was given out at the RCS graduation ceremony on Saturday. This year the award went to two recipients Jakob Cronk and Eugene Cronk. Jakob Cronk pictured above will be attending SUNY Cobleskill in the fall and will be studying Landscape Design. Eugene Cronk and Jakob Cronk are members of the National Technical Honor Society and have been successful in the area of building technologies throughout their high school  career. GRLIC was honored to present them with this award. Jenn Schuman, GRLIC President, (pictured above) presented the award and described the accomplishments of both Jakob and Eugene.

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