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IN THE COMMUNITY Benton Foundry


Benton is active in its small community by contributing to the area civic center and sponsoring engineering competitions.


Benton Foundry cast the signs for the rooms it “bought.”


A Benton Foundry’s


donation helped fund the aerobics room and kitchen. The foundry also cast the signs for the rooms.


Benton Foundry has also helped support engineering


competitions. One example is “Rage In The Cage,” a robot- ics event where students are challenged to create the best- designed robot. Another is its support for the Rube Goldberg Challenge, where participants invent their own machines.


BENTON FOUNDRY LOCATION Benton, Pennsylvania


EMPLOYEES 240


FUN FACT


Benton Foundry sits on land that was part of the 45,000 sq. mile grant King Charles II gave to William Penn in 1681.


Benton Foundry is a key supporter of the area’s civic center and supports biddy basketball, ballet, senior programs, adult exercise, and other community events. The foundry sits in a rural part of Pennsylvania, and the borough of Benton is located in Columbia County, Pennsylvania. The borough has a population of just 824.


In the Community is a new recurring feature that will run in Modern Casting highlighting the positive contributions the indus- try is making in its surrounding areas. To be featured in a future edition, contact associate editor Brian Sandalow at bsandalow@afsinc.org


May 2018 MODERN CASTING | 27


FS Corporate Member Benton Foundry Inc. (Benton, Pennsylvania) is an integral part of the business com- munity in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Tey’ve also


made themselves a crucial part of the community as a whole, supporting the Northern Columbia County Civic Center with a $75,000 donation, which includes funding the center’s


aerobics room and kitchen. Now it sits on the investment committee for the center.


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