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Laurel Ridge Community College opens new wing

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Laurel Ridge Community College announced the ribbon cutting of the newly expanded Alson H. Smith Hall at the school’s Middletown Campus on Mar. 24.

The 3,500 square foot addition houses the college’s dental hygiene clinic, black box theater and nursing simulation labs.

An $800,000 Go Virginia grant helped provide the state of the art equipment needed for the Mechatronics program according to college President Kim Blosser.

Along with  mechatronics the new wing will house welding, HVAC, electrical and heavy equipment programs and labs.

There are currently grants available to help cover much of the costs of the programs being offered by clicking here to find out more.

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