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TechSmart Initiative Launch

September 2014: The launch of the MHCRC TechSmart Initiative coincided with the grand opening celebration of the new Richard C. Alexander Early Learning Center at Earl Boyles. The MHCRC provided a nearly $1 million grant to David Douglas School District to fund critical teacher supports towards creating a technology-rich early learning program at Earl Boyles Elementary School and the new Early Learning Center. The MHCRC was recognized as a significant project partner at the grand opening celebration and was honored with a conference room and two observation rooms named after the MHCRC and the TechSmart initiative.

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Pictured: Scott Harden, MHCRC Wood Village respresentative and Wood Village City Council member, Carol Studenmund, MHCRC Chair and Multnomah County representative, Rich Goheen, MHCRC Grant Committee Chair and Fairview representative. September 18, 2014 Cebration Event. Community Leaders Celebrate Richard C. Alexander Early Learning Center at Earl Boyles