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GPC donates office equipment to Muscatine Community College

Grain Processing Corporation (GPC), a Kent Corporation family company, donated a copier and printer to Muscatine Community College.  Over the last month, GPC has donated office furniture throughout the Muscatine community with help from the United Way. As a part of these efforts, GPC reached out the Muscatine Community College to gift the copier and printer.

Equipment donated to MCC

Pictured above Blain Hill and Mike Anson, MCC maintenance (left) and Bob Albee, MCC President (right) accepting the donation of a CAD (Computer Aided Design) copier and a CAD printer from Bill Lester, GPC Engineering for use in the Mechanical Design Program at MCC. Muscatine Community College President Bob Albee said, “On behalf of Muscatine Community College, I would like to thank GPC for their generous donation. For years, we have worked with GPC in efforts to further develop our community.”

 

“We are excited to have this opportunity to invest in our local college. There is a strong emphasis on community involvement at Kent Corporation, and this is just one more way we can give back to our community,” said Rich Dwyer, Kent Corporation Senior Vice President.

 

GPC has a long history of involvement in the Muscatine community. This donation will help Muscatine Community College repurpose funds that would have been spent on printing supplies to enhancing education for their students.

 

Muscatine Community College President Bob Albee said, “On behalf of Muscatine Community College, I would like to thank GPC for their generous donation. For years, we have worked with GPC in efforts to further develop our community.”