Maker Fest 2017

November 3, 2017 at 4:57 PM by Winter Roberts

The Horns will be at Pierce County Library's Maker Fest this Saturday, November 4th. We will be showing off our robots in hope to inspire the innovators of the future, along with parents. It has never been more important to have an understanding of engineering and computer science. Both the work and life skills and knowledge that students are given the opportunity to obtain in the robotics program have never been in such insatiably high demand. We hope not only to inspire young recruits and competition, but to instill in them the ability they possess. We won't be hard to spot in our bright orange shirts so come on down and visit us this weekend. Hope to see you there. You can read more about Maker Fest and our team in this article from The News Tribune.


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