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NUCLEAR 4-H Club to hold fundraiser

 


Each year, the Nuclear 4-H Club, with help from LCSD2 Rec Mill Grant funds, and funds from numerous other sources, hosts as many as 10 robotics teams, with team members ranging in ages six to 18, associated with the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) programs. Four teams currently meet in Burns.

Besides building and competing with a robot, some of the teams must also choose a problem society faces concerning trash, and come up with an innovative solution to the problem. Then the youth will create a craft project out of trash.

In conjunction with the TRASH theme, the teams are also cleaning up the community by holding a scrap metal drive. Steel, aluminum, aluminum cans, copper, brass, batteries, motors, and most things metal (no refrigerators or closed tanks), can be brought to the Burns Jr/Sr High School Oct. 3, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The bins will remain at the high school (south dirt lot) until the bins are full. To make alternative arrangements, or for more information, call Lara Shook at 307-630-9058.

 

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