Kiwanis Club of Trail members recently supported the Lower Columbia Tech Club with a $1,000 donation. A group of local high-tech leaders started the Lower Columbia Tech Club in 2014 with a goal to create a place for tech enthusiasts to learn new skills, share their knowledge, and develop their passions. Founding members saw a regional need for enrichment opportunities in science and technology. Tech Club strives to fill this need through technology skills development and collaboration with local scientists, engineers, and technologists. Tech Club is now a diverse, all-ages group that welcomes all new members.

Kiwanis support youth tech program

The Kiwanis Club of Trail recently donated $1,000 to the Lower Columbia Tech Club

SHERI REGNIER

Trail Times

The Kiwanis Club of Trail recently donated $1,000 to the Lower Columbia Tech Club

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