Ranger Made, a new $3.6 million state-of-the-art student-managed manufacturing company located inside Crosby-Ironton High School, will be showcased at an open house on Thursday, April 7, from 5-7 p.m. All are welcome to attend but are asked to register in advance by calling 218-546-8131 or sending a message to email@example.com.
In Ranger Made, students design, create, manufacture, and sell various products. The facility includes wood and metal fabrication manufacturing spaces, automotive care, and small engines facility, computer-automated drafting and design room, a technology and innovation lab that houses the robotics program, a flexible learning classroom, and a retail store.
Ranger Made is the flagship program of C-I’s new Career Training Education Wing that was built with funds from the $29.5 million bond referendum approved by the community in November 2019 to modernize the schools and maximize existing space utilization. Magnum Machining donated $50,000 towards the project, and Magnum and Graphic Packaging experts helped design the space.
The open house is a Cuyuna Lakes Chamber Business After Hours Social hosted by C-I School District and Cuyuna Regional Medical Center and there is no fee to attend. Guests are encouraged to bring business cards, network, and build relationships. Soda shoppe refreshments will be served, and door prizes awarded. Those attending should use the school’s north entrance and park their vehicle in the student parking lot.
You can see how Ranger Made helps Crosby-Ironton students here: