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FLL Meetings: January 23, 2008

Harford County Library LEAP Program Grand Opening Featuring all Four TechBrick Teams

Held at the Edgewood Branch Library
Cool demonstrations, free stuff, lots of friends.

TechBrick is was part of a program called "Project LEAP" (for 'Learn Explore And Play'.)  The motto for the program is: "Science is Fun" The grant was given to "Encourage children in Harford County to pursue science and technology to meet the emerging needs of the region to keep them interested in science."  The library is beginning a program to provide science and technology resources to library patrons. You'll enjoy the demonstrations and you should come to learn more about the program.

We were the main attraction. We setup the FLL table, the FTC corner and robots, and our JFLL boards and projects along with an FLL and FTC programming station. Visitors will had an opportunity to try the robots, our experiments, and other models.

There were more than 60 children in attendance along with their parents. The FLL Project Team presented their research. Then the FLL robot/programmers demonstrated all the missions. They were followed by the JFLL teams who each explained their presentations. Finally, our FTC team showed their robot and explained its unique features. After that we opened the floor up to the kids to explore our work. The photos below tell the story.

The overall interest in all the programs was overwhelming. There were no less than 10 parents who indicated an interest in starting teams in their schools.

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