SOLEDAD, Calif. (KION) Hartnell College is opening their new training middle subsequent Saturday in Soledad and the neighborhood is invited to the household competition with free scorching canine and hamburgers and tour the constructing. The occasion will happen from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 23 on the Soledad Education Center.
San Vicente Dance Team and Soledad High School Band might be performing together with Soledad High’s Navy Junior ROTC Presentation of Colors. Soledad Rotary Club is proving the meal for the picnic.
“This event is one we have looked forward to for a long time,” mentioned Erica Padilla-Chavez, president of the Hartnell Community College District Governing Board, whose district contains Soledad. “This center provides so many educational opportunities for the Salinas Valley. It’s a beautiful building, and we’re eager to show it off.”
The constructing is 16,750-square-feet with moist and dry science labs, versatile and interactive classroom, a neighborhood room, tutoring and research middle. Anyone is welcomed to cease by and speak to varsity employees and watch Harnell college students current science demonstrations.
Harnell College additionally prolonged its training middle in King City. Both facilities had been constructed utilizing funds from the Measure T bond that Harnell Community College District voters permitted in 2016. According to Hartnell College, the $167 million can also be purported to cowl the development of a 3rd training middle in Castroville and a new nursing and well being sciences constructing on the Main Campus. Both buildings are purported to be full by the tip of Spring 2022.
Take a digital tour of the power right here.
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