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Seeking Volunteers for Robotics Club April 22, 2015 U of I Extension News


Seeking Volunteers for Robotics Club

Are you good at building things by looking at a picture? Do you have a childhood enjoyment of building with LEGOs®? Do you like to experiment with hands on technology activities? If so, this club is for you! 4-H provides the training to help you succeed as a leader with our youth! We would love to get a robotics club started and have access to some grant money to purchase some robotics kits but we need some adults who can lead this club!

The robotics project in 4-H covers robotics basics. Youth learn what a robot is, how to build one using LEGO®, and how to program a LEGO® robot to interact with its environment via touch, sound, light, and ultrasonic sensors. The project is designed for individual members, although many 4-H members decide to complete it in small groups.

Cost for this SPIN club membership is $7.00 for non-4-H members. This fee will allow you access to all benefits that a regular 4-H member receives. This club is open to both 4-H and non-4-H members. For more information on how you can join this club, please contact Program Coordinator, Amanda Fox Clark at the Washington County Extension Office at 327-8881.

Master Gardener Plant Swap

Washington County Master Gardeners will be hosting their annual Plant Swap and Sale on April 25 at the Nashville Public Library starting at 8 a.m. Local residents are encouraged to bring plants to trade, or to come out and shop.

This will be a great opportunity to talk gardening with the Master Gardeners if you have questions about your plants or getting involved in the Master Gardener program.

Upcoming Washington County Extension Activities

April 23 Master Gardener Meeting

April 25 Washington County Master Gardener Plant Swap

April 27 4-H Sheep Weigh-In

April 28 4-H Federation Meeting

May 18 Rifle SPIN Club Informational Meeting

University of Illinois Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, contact the extension office at (618)327-8881

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