Curbell Plastics Inc. of Orchard Park, N.Y., a supplier of plastic sheet, rod, tube, film, adhesives, sealants and prototyping materials, made contributions to two student projects in western New York.
Curbell donated translucent polycarbonate panels to create a clock face centerpiece design for Clarence High School's annual play, “The Pirates of Penzance,” staged in March.
“The students has a certain look in mind for the set design and were frustrated because they couldn't get the right materials within their budget,” said Brian Sauers, Curbell's business manager of films and tapes. “We were happy to contribute and save them time and money so they could put their efforts into other aspects of the play.”
Curbell also contributed about $500 worth of acrylic to Erie-2 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES I East Aurora, N.Y., for use on the school's laser-cutting machines. The school had contacted Curbell about buying the acrylic so the students could make business card holders and other items.
Curbell also makes regular donations to the Boys & Girls Clubs of East Aurora for use in the craft program.
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