11/4/2019 3:12:00 PM GEOTEK donates $26,000 to Stewartville schools
GEOTEK, a Stewartville manufacturer of fiberglass cross arms for utility poles, has established a partnership with the Stewartville School District. Ben Wiltsie, GEOTEK”s chief operating officer, second from right, and Ken McDonald, the company’s vice president of finance and administration, far right, announced at last week’s School Board meeting that the company will give a $26,000 gift to the district for 2019.
In the not-too-distant future, a sign outside the industrial arts room at Stewartville High School will say, Industrial Arts: Technology donated by GEOTEK. That's because the Stewartville manufacturer of fiberglass cross arms for utility poles will share a $26,000 technological gift with the Stewartville School District. Ben Wiltsie, GEOTEK's chief operating officer, and Ken McDonald, vice president of finance and administration, spoke to the Stewartville School Board last week, announcing the company's plans to assist Stewartville High School's students and teachers. In a PowerPoint presentation, Wiltsie and McDonald said the gift to the district for 2019 will include... For more on this story pick up your copy of the Nov. 5 Stewartville STAR.