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FIRST LEGO League Robotics
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Date/Time
Saturday, July 26th 2014 - 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location
South Dakota Robotics Association

FIRST LEGO League Robotics:

Who: for all families and children of Sioux Falls and area
What: Family Fun Carnival to support FIRST LEGO League Robotics in South Dakota
When: Saturday, July 26, 2014 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Where: South Dakota Robotics Association, corner of 49th and Southeastern Ave, Sioux Falls. Parking available in Shalom Christian Church parking lot.

Admission: $6.00 for adults. $4.00 for youth. Children under 4 years free. Donate one item of non-perishable food for Food Drive and get $1:00 discount on admission price.
Why: to help fund FIRST LEGO League teams and activities in the area and as a memorial to Josh Lambrecht and the three other men who died on
December 9, 2011in a tragic plane crash on their way from Sioux Falls to a LEGO League meeting in Rapid City. All proceeds will be donated to South Dakota FIRST LEGO League and its supporting organizations.
Featuring: LEGO demonstrations, games, bake sale, refreshments, raffles.
Also Bounce Around Inflatables is providing even more fun!

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