Ingevity Corporation of Covington recently made a generous donation of supplies and instruments to the Electrical and Instrumentation Technology Program at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College. Pictured with a table full of the material are (kneeling, from left) students Brian McKinnell of Covington and Rick Lanahan of Clifton Forge. Standing, from left: DSLCC Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Ben Worth; Tad Robertson and Holly Crowe, both representing Ingevity; student Kevin Jamerson of Covington; DSLCC mascot, the Roadrunner; students Korey Goode and Avery Clarke, both of Covington; Jay Hooper, E&I Program Head; and Mark Brackenridge, Ingevity E & I Supervisor and adjunct E & I instructor. For more information about the E&I Program at DSLCC, contact Hooper at (540) 863-2892 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Summer and fall registration is open. Visit www.dslcc.edu for more information.