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Testimonies from the Baltimore Sun:

Testimonies from the Baltimore Sun:

"Baltimore Sun August 11, 2006: Robotics camp tries to get kids' wheels turning - Novices given a hands-on experience. By Kristi Funderburk. 'Like the other youngsters at the Woodlawn Robotics Summer Camp, [Jaymar Faulkner, 13] had come to work not just with his mind, but also with his hands. 'They're here because they're interested in robotics,' Teresa Harper, the camp's adviser, said yesterday of the 23 youngsters, ages 8 to 16, at the camp. 'Each one of these kids is engaged.'... Harper said the primary purpose of the camp is to make sure the campers learn about and appreciate robotics. And the best way to appreciate them, she said, is to build them. ... Bryan Westbrooks, 15, came to the camp from Atlanta with his robotics teacher, Bart Sudderth, and his competition partner, Jametrice Brown. Bryan said the three were invited to the camp after meeting Harper at the FIRST competition and were able to attend with the help of the 100 Black Men of Atlanta scholars program.' "
Excerpt taken from the Baltimore Sun newspaper, August 11, 2006.



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