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Armed forces association donates to Discovery

Discovery Middle School Principal Melanie Barkley, third from left, accepts a donation for Mad City Cyber Security Club Teams from Mike Schexnayder, president of Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International. Mayor Troy Trulock, from left, Discovery teacher Julia West, association treasurer Ted Henrich and team mentor Todd Grayson also attended. (CONTRIBUTED)
Discovery Middle School Principal Melanie Barkley, third from left, accepts a donation for Mad City Cyber Security Club Teams from Mike Schexnayder, president of Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International. Mayor Troy Trulock, from left, Discovery teacher Julia West, association treasurer Ted Henrich and team mentor Todd Grayson also attended. (CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International has endorsed Mad City Cyber Security Club Teams with a donation.

Association president Mike Schexnayder and treasurer Ted Henrich presented the donation at the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Academy at Discovery Middle School on April 14.

Discovery Principal Melanie Barkley accepted the check for the middle school cyber groups. Also attending the presentation were Madison Mayor Trulock, team mentor Todd Grayson and STEM II teacher and cyber security sponsor Julia West.

The non-profit Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International provides a forum for the ethical exchange of information. The association is dedicated to increasing knowledge through exploration of information technology, communications and electronics for the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.

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