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ATC Automation gives back to the community

Employees of ATC Automation present gift cards to Susan Simpson, Care Coordinator with the HUGS and CSS Programs. From left are Sydney East, Susan Simpson, Faune Nunnery, and Lorie Judd. In an effort to make this holiday season extra special for those in need, ATC Automation is giving back to the community with a donation …

ATC Automation Gives Back to the Community…

In an effort to make this holiday season extra special for those in need, ATC Automation is giving back to the community with a donation of gift cards to the Help Us Grow Successfully (HUGS) program and the Children’s Special Services (CSS) program.  ATC Automation is honored to have been sponsoring these programs almost 40 …

ATC Automation Gives Back to the Community

ATC Automation is giving back to the community with a donation of gift cards to the Help Us Grow Successfully (HUGS) program in an effort to make this holiday season extra special for those in need. The Help Us Grow Successfully (HUGS) program is a targeted case management program ran through the Putnam County Health …

ATC Automation – a proud steering committee member of the Highlands Economic Partnership

ATC Automation is proud to be a steering committee member of the Highlands Economic Partnership which is the marketing, economic, workforce, and education development entity for the region. **Highlands Phase IV Public Launch** This morning, the Highlands Economic Partnership officially announced Phase IV of the regional effort. Early investors and long time stakeholders in the …

ATC Celebrates 40 years

A company that began primarily selling precision fixtures, tooling and simple machines in a 6,000 square foot facility is celebrating 40 years this year.ATC Automation was originally named Automation Tool and Engineering Company when it began in 1977. "It was started by two men, Jack Miller and Chuck Smith, with the original location at 437 …

Leadership Putnam group gets trash cans on Rail Trail

Thanks to the efforts of a local group, there are now trash cans at different areas of the Rail Trail. A group of Leadership Putnam members worked over the last few months to secure those trash cans. "With the Rail Trail being so widely traversed, receptacles were a need," Brandon Parrish, a member of the …