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Infinity Tool MFG donates $10k to RLC

  • Pictured, front row from left, are Dean of Applied Science and Technology Gabby Farner, Zibby-Damron, Applied Science and Technology administrative assistant Taylor Atchison, RLC instructor Ken Lund, Infinity Tool MFG owner Todd Taylor and Infinity Tool MFG owner Kenny Sentel. Also attending the check presentation were a number of Rend Lake College machining students who will directly benefit from the donation.

    Pictured, front row from left, are Dean of Applied Science and Technology Gabby Farner, Zibby-Damron, Applied Science and Technology administrative assistant Taylor Atchison, RLC instructor Ken Lund, Infinity Tool MFG owner Todd Taylor and Infinity Tool MFG owner Kenny Sentel. Also attending the check presentation were a number of Rend Lake College machining students who will directly benefit from the donation.
    Courtesy of Reece Rutland, RLC

 
By Reece Rutland
RLC Marketing Specialist
updated: 10/2/2019 12:54 PM

Infinity Tool MFG, a Benton business focused on the manufacture of rock drilling consumables, including PDC bits and PDC reamers, made an investment in the area's future, presenting the Rend Lake College Machining Program with a generous $10,000 donation.

"Strong partnerships with area businesses like Infinity Tool, helps ensure Rend Lake College's ability to maintain relevant technologies and equipment that are critical for quality instruction. We are grateful for their very generous investment in our Machining Program and the opportunities it creates for our students," said Rend Lake College Foundation CEO Kay Zibby-Damron.

The donation will ensure that machining students are working with equipment that will prepare them to enter the workforce. RLC continues to seek partnerships with community industry to ensure students are ready to transition from classroom to career.

"Infinity welcomes the opportunity to partner with RLC and their commitment to increase the educational standard in the local area. This program will allow Infinity to continue to employ a high quality workforce with the next generation of Machinists," said Infinity Tool owner/COO Todd Taylor.