Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Help is needed hosting the upcoming robotics tournaments in Hood River on Dec. 14-15 for students age 9-14 and on Jan. 11 for older students.
No experience is necessary “and you do not need to be a technology geek,” said HRVHS robotics advisor Jeff Blackman.
Each event requires between 35-60 volunteers.
“These are great events for the students; think of it as sports for the brain,” Blackman said.
If you can help, contact Blackman at jeff.blackman
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