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Photo: Rooting for robots

Unbridled enthusiasm: Saint George’s School third-graders, from left, Tario Rauasia, David Thew, Stella Brown and Piper Reichel celebrate a made basket as the school played host for a FIRST Robotics exhibition featuring robots and high school teams from Reardan, Central Valley, The Community School, On Track Academy, Liberty and Saint George’s. The remote-control robots tried to make baskets and balance on a ramp. New robots will be assembled in January for competition in March at Eastern Washington University. (Dan Pelle)
Unbridled enthusiasm: Saint George’s School third-graders, from left, Tario Rauasia, David Thew, Stella Brown and Piper Reichel celebrate a made basket as the school played host for a FIRST Robotics exhibition featuring robots and high school teams from Reardan, Central Valley, The Community School, On Track Academy, Liberty and Saint George’s. The remote-control robots tried to make baskets and balance on a ramp. New robots will be assembled in January for competition in March at Eastern Washington University. (Dan Pelle)
Unbridled enthusiasm: Saint George’s School third-graders, from left, Tario Rauasia, David Thew, Stella Brown and Piper Reichel celebrate a made basket as the school played host for a FIRST Robotics exhibition featuring robots and high school teams from Reardan, Central Valley, The Community School, On Track Academy, Liberty and Saint George’s. The remote-control robots tried to make baskets and balance on a ramp. New robots will be assembled in January for competition in March at Eastern Washington University.
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