Mahlon Smith, president of the Charles B. Hall Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated organization presented a check for $1,500 to the Rose State College Foundation to help subsidize meals for children attending 4 Aerospace Rocket Discovery Camps at Rose State College this summer. A generous grant from The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission allowed Rose State to offer the camps free of charge. A total of 80 students will be attending the camps this summer. During the camps in July, students will learn science, technology, engineering, and math which is the foundation for the design and building of aircraft and rocketry. Students will build, design, and launch their own rockets in this fun interactive learning environment.
(Pictured in the photo: LtoR Shana Mandley- Aerospace Director and Project Manager, Mahlon Smith- Business Development Specialist at the Oklahoma Small Business Development Center and President of the Charles B. Hall Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated organization, Tamara Pratt- Vice President for External Affairs, Rose State College)