July 19, 2018
Lake Area Technical Institute gratefully accepted two United Way Mini Grants today that were generously awarded to two LATI programs. The first was granted to the Occupational Therapy Assistant program’s Sensory Adventures Camp for specialized equipment for the camp use, and the second was granted to the LATI Health and Safety program for CPR manikins. The manikins will not only be used at LATI for student certification, but for community CPR classes as well.
Accepting the grants on behalf of Lake Area Tech were Health, Safety and Wellness Coordinator Heidi Wirtjes and OTA students Timothy Rickert, Marshall, MN; Kristina Sakry, Milnor, ND; and Mary McCullough, Mitchell, SD. They are pictured here with members of the Watertown Area United Way Board of Directors.
Lake Area Tech staff and students extend a very gracious thank you to the Watertown Area United Way for these beneficial grants.