The Wildhorse Foundation helped to make a 3D Printing and CAD course possible and helped students discover and use the technology of the future. The students—and teachers—have grown tremendously from the project. The amount of college credits earned by these students alone is amazing, but knowing that this course will be available for years to come is even better. The students will begin producing prosthetic devices in the spring. Watch the video here.
Thanks to a $11,990 grant from the Wildhorse Foundation, Pendleton firefighters have two new infrared cameras to help find victims faster and identify hot spots. Click Here to read the full story!
Hermiston Fire & Emergency Services received $18,165 from the Wildhorse Foundation which is earmarked for purchasing mobile reporting hardware to be placed in each ambulance. Click here for the complete story.
The South Fork Grange is rising from the ashes. Click here for the complete story.
Slowly but surely, Irrigon is beginning to find its identity as a community. Click here for the full story.
The City of Boardman celebrated the grand opening of a new splash pad. See Full Story here.
See how the Wildhorse Foundation is helping the Athena Volunteer Fire Department. Full Story
Ever wonder what classrooms can do with iPads? Check out this great video from Desert View Elementary School in Hermiston, Oregon.