Columbia Basin College gets GLAM

September 24, 2013 

GLAM

Under the watchful eyes of Charlotte Kiehne, left, and Khay'la Ball, right, Lacey Payton, center, applies finishing touches to a cowboy boot she and her team designed Tuesday at Columbia Basin College during GLAM, Girls Learning About Manufacturing. Around 140 girls from 6 area high schools were helped by 40 mentors from Mid-Columbia businesses to design, develop, manufacture, market and sell a product.

RICHARD DICKIN — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Under the watchful eyes of Charlotte Kiehne, left, and Khay’la Ball, right, Lacey Payton, center, applies finishing touches to a cowboy boot she and her team designed Tuesday at Columbia Basin College during a Girls Learning About Manufacturing, or GLAM, event. About 140 girls from six area high schools were helped by 40 mentors from Mid-Columbia businesses to design, develop, manufacture, market and sell a product. Charlotte is a junior at Hanford High School, Khay'la is a freshman at Delta High and Lacey is a freshman at Richland High.

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