Milton awarded EITC funds

Susquehanna Community Bank donated $2,500 to the Milton Panther Education Foundation through the Central Susquehanna Community Foundation and the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program. Through this donation, the Milton Middle School was able to purchase drone equipment and items to enhance their STEM curriculum. This curriculum allows students to have hands-on experience programming drones and practice working through real-world, problem-solving scenarios. The middle school students showed off their drone flying and programming skills to members of Susquehanna Community Bank and the Central Susquehanna Community Foundation. From left, Natalie Easton, librarian, media specialist and Enrichment teacher, Milton Area School District; Zen Regus, student; Justin Swallow, student; Laurie Carr, community banking officer, Susquehanna Community Bank; Christine Orlando, senior program officer, Central Susquehanna Community Foundation; Dr. Brian Ulmer, director of Secondary Education, Milton Area School District; Abigail Saber, student; Mike Loeh, assistant vice president/commercial relationship manager, Susquehanna Community Bank.

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