MakerFest spotlights local manufacturing companies for teens
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MakerFest spotlights local manufacturing companies for teens

Jacy Castlebury wasn't planning to attend the Tri-State MakerFest on Wednesday, but at the last minute she changed her mind. "I'm really glad I did, just to meet all these cool companies," Castlebury said. She was one of about 300 high school juniors and seniors who attended the event at the Oakley-Lindsay Center, which gave them an opportunity to get a glimpse of jobs local manufacturers have available.

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