IFC boosts "Cyberhounds" robotics efforts


WEVER - Iowa Fertilizer Company recently donated $2,500 to support the Fort Madison High School “Cyberhounds” robotics team. The donation will help the team travel to area competition events and with additional improvements of the robot the team has been developing.

“Iowa Fertilizer Company is committed to supporting organizations across southeast Iowa, particularly those that help spur innovation and imagination among our young people,” said Darrell Allman, Iowa Fertilizer Company’s Managing Director.

“We are incredibly pleased to make this donation to the Fort Madison High School “Cyberhounds” robotics team as they continue to design, build and test their latest project. We look forward to continue investing in education, technology and science programs across the region.”

The “Cyberhounds” student team plans to participate in the Central Missouri Regional competition in Sedalia, Missouri in early April. This past weekend, they staffed a booth at the Southeast Iowa STEM Festival where they showcased their work.

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