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Lego Robotics Camp Inspires Boys and Girls Club

Updated: August 09, 2018 06:48 PM

Kids in the Boys and Girls Club at the Heritage Sports Center flexed their brain power this week, learning how to build a robot!

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The 3rd annual Lego Robotics Camp gave those kids a chance to work with the Duluth East Daredevil Robotics team. Each day, for two hours in the afternoon, they put together the robots and programmed them to move along various paths.

Aria Coleman told us she had never tried building a robot before. "I thought it wouldn't really work. But to see it moving, it's really great. I feel like I've accomplished something."

One of the Daredevils, Jacob Reed, added, "It's one of the things that get them interested in STEM careers. Allow them to use their imagination to complete different challenges."

The camp is provided for free, as a way for the Daredevils to give back to their community.

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