Robotics team’s light pollution project getting traction

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Aurora’s First Lego League team had success on several fronts this spring, qualifying for international competition in robotics and also learning that the Brownville arts community is interested in utilizing the club’s light pollution reduction project.
Tami Brandl, the team’s coach and advisor, said it was disappointing to see the coronavirus pandemic bring the season to an early end, though she is proud of the group’s achievements this year. Full story in this week's print or e-editions.

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