Thunder Mountain High School Robotics teams thank sponsors

  • By Juneau Empire
  • Sunday, August 27, 2017 7:00am
  • Neighbors

The Thunder Mountain High School Robotics teams would like to thank all of their sponsors for the 2016-17 season. Four of our five teams qualified for the state competition in Anchorage. Two of these teams made it to the final match: Trial and Error (Team 3081) earned “Finalist Alliance Captain” medals and Croc’em, Sock’em Robots (Team 3766) earned “Finalist Alliance Partner” medals.

Thank you to Donna’s Restaurant, Hecla Mining (Greens Creek), Integrity Home Inspection, Chris and Christy Wallace, Kappler Computer Services, Rainforest Custom Woodworking, Glacier Electrical Repair, Bret Burnett, Denali Federal Credit Union, Radiation Business Solutions, J&J Deli-Mart, Nino Suarez, Rey Jose, Efren and Mary Ellen Yadao, and SE Radiation Oncology . With no support for travel or parts from the school district, local businesses and community members stepped up to help supplement our student fundraisers. We value our community partnerships to enhance the education of Juneau students.

Carol May

Robotics Coach, TMHS

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