Ribbon cut at new Gentry Career and Technical Education Center

Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Rep. Steve Womack address crowds

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

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Photo by Randy Moll
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson cut the ribbon to open the new Gentry Career and Technical Education Center at the high school on Tuesday, Aug. 8. Joining him were Rep. Steve Womack, teachers, school administrators and staff, school board members, Gentry's mayor and Chamber of Commerce members, and the building's designers and engineers.

Photo by Randy Moll Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson cut the ribbon to open the new Gentry Career and Technical Education Center at the high school on Tuesday, Aug. 8. Joining him were Rep. Steve Womack, teachers, school administrators and staff, school board members, Gentry's mayor and Chamber of Commerce members, and the building's designers and engineers.
Photo by Randy Moll

The ribbon was cut on Tuesday morning at the new Gentry Career and Technical Education Center, opening the new facility just one week before classes begin again at Gentry High School Conversion Charter.


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