Exxon Mobil supports STEM programs

Exxon Mobil Gas Station, located at 1005 E Broadway, donates $500 to the Needles High School science classes on Jan. 29. The donation is to be used to fund science lab activities to help engage students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) learning. Pictured left to right are: Isabel Zuniga, Aliyah Tengas, Ally Pletcher, Josh Shaffer, Nathan Rodriguez, Katelyn Harter, Ryly Payson and Jacob Chavez.

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