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Yamaha gets Kindergarteners riding bikes at local schools
Three elementary schools in Coweta – White Oak, Moreland and Welch – are participating in learn-to-ride programs thanks to All Kids Bike, a national nonprofit that teaches kindergarten students how to ride bikes during physical education classes. The program was made possible locally by a $100,000 grant from Yamaha Motor Corp, USA via its Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative (OAI).
Yamaha Rolls Out Employee Equipment Loan Program
Cecil Wood made his neighbors jealous without even trying.He spent a week riding all over his large neighborhood on a new Yamaha electric bike. Every afternoon, along a route of more than two miles on the streets near his home. How did he like it? “I just had an awesome time,” he said.
Coweta Community Foundation Honors Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corporation as Runner-Up for the IMPACT Corporate Innovative Project Award
Newnan, GA – September 8, 2023 – The Coweta Community Foundation (CCF) is proud to announce Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corporation as the runner-up recipient of the esteemed IMPACT Corporate Innovative Project Award.
Yamaha's Small Group Competition Success: Janus and the Roman Empire
The Plant 2 ROV team embraced their triumph with a fitting name, "Janus and the Roman Empire." Inspired by Janus, the Roman god of doors, the team symbolized their commitment to revolutionizing the door installation process. This creative and meaningful name served as a testament to their unity, expertise, and determination to excel.
Yamaha Employees' Demo Day: A Weekend Filled with Kando
Yamaha treated 363 of its own team members to a truly unforgettable experience over a single weekend.Yamaha treated 363 of its own team members to a truly unforgettable experience over a single weekend.Yamaha treated 363 of its own team members to a truly unforgettable experience over a single weekend.Yamaha treated 363 of its own team members to a truly unforgettable experience over a single weekend.
A Yamaha Special Delivery Provides Inclusion and Accessibility for Bass Middle Students
A large public school campus can be intimidating, especially for those young people who have issues with mobility due to an injury or a permanent disability.
Coweta Sheriff’s Office Receives Yamaha Wolverine To Enhance Search-And-Rescue Operations
Yamaha Donates to Floating Classroom Experience
The West Point Floating Classroom is powered by Yamaha outboard motors which were arranged in a favorable deal with Yamaha’s corporate office. They are pictured with some of Mrs. Hart’s 5th grade class from Western Elementary, here on scholarships from Yamaha Motor Manufacturing in Newnan.
Camp Invention innovates STEM learning sponsored by Yamaha
If you were a student involved in the Camp Invention, a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) camp for kids, you got to Duck Chuck, Road Rally, and participate in other inventive science experiments during winter break.