Students in grades 7-12 will develop a concept for a mobile app that will address a problem or improve a process in their rural community. The challenge will be concept-based only. The concept must be possible, well-researched and not already an app in existence.
*At least one student teammate must live in a Triangle Communications service area.
Winning Team will win $1,000 in gift cards and Codecademy Scholarships
As a cooperative, we are committed to the communities and members we serve. Recently, our Board approved a donation for 13 local food banks and 51 local volunteer fire departments. We appreciate the services these organizations provide to our members and the communities they serve.
Community members recently gathered to celebrate a $1000 Community Vitality Grant award by Triangle Communications to assist with improvements to the local historic school gymnasium.
A new nonprofit entity known as the Shawmut Community Center, Inc. officially took ownership of the gym on July 1, 2017. With an organizational purpose to promote and encourage the general welfare of the community of Shawmut, they hope to aid...
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