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The Robo Lions FRC Team 2199 had a student that spoke at "IGNITE Carroll 6", sponsored by the Carroll Technology Council, one of our Leadership Circle partners. It was inspiring! Thanks to the Community Media Center of Carroll County who made this video as part of Ignite Carroll 6. You can see the full Ignite Carroll 6 video here: https://youtu.be/H9FmAcYSHRo. Or watch for Ignite Carroll 7!

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Great time at our #CCCOREOpenHouse! Here's a video we prepared to show people about PIE3 and the Robo Lions FRC Team 2199 http://bit.do/pie3

A video about the Partnership and Inspiration for Engineering, Education, and Entrepreneurship (PIE3), and the Robotics for All-Carroll County initiative. Th...
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Guests at the Open House - Denise Beaver (Carroll Technology Council), and Jen Bishop and others from Carroll County Public Library. They are some of our most valued partners - so glad you could come!

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Saturday's Open House was a chance the Robo-Lions (FRC), Gear Freaks (FTC) and World's Wires (FLL) teams at their best. Team members tested out the current prototype, we had a site visit from Bruce Lesh from MSDE, and we made sure our new space was ready for visitors.

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We're grateful to The Blaney Group for helping us find a home and bringing cake to our #CCCOREOpenHouse!

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Yesterday, The Blaney Group was very proud to attend an Open House for the Carroll County Center of Robotics and Engineering, home of the Robo-Lions, a non-prof...it organization which is dedicated to the inspiration and respect of technology and science located in Finksburg. When they came to us in search of a space to rent (a huge step for them) we were happy to assist them in negotiating acceptable terms on a lease for the perfect space. It’s not often we get the opportunity to help such a great organization that educates, mentors and molds the young minds of the future. We hope they enjoyed the cake and cupcakes! PIE3, Robo Lions FRC Team 2199

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PIE3 and Robo Lions FRC Team 2199 are holding their annual "summer sessions" for elementary school students. Go to https://farc.siplay.com to enroll! Classes ...this year include:
"Girls in Engineering" (ages 8-12)
"Intro to Robotics with LEGOs" (ages 8-12)
"Junior Robotics" (ages 6-8)
"Intro to Scratch Programming" (ages 8-12)
"Intro to Electronics (ages 9-12)

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PIE3 and Robo Lions FRC Team 2199 are proud to announce a new partnership with Finksburg Farmers Market and the Finksburg Planning and Citizens' Council Inc - FPACC! We are in preliminary stages of planning a #STEMDay on June 2, 2018! Mark your calendars!

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Robo Lions FRC Team 2199 and PIE3 are partnering with Girl Scout Troop 1379 to put on a Girl Scout Badge day for Carroll County. The girls will be able to earn all 3 badges in one day! They will also learn about the “Robo-lions” and what they do. Donation is $15 per girl or $100 per troop for the workshop, and $10 to Troop 1379 for the badges. No Tag-a-longs. Limited to 40 girls got this event. If there is enough interest we might schedule a second date. Contact Troop1379gs@gmail.com to register.

RSVP By: March 23rd
To: Emily Shabbott 4408 Klee Ct. Sykesville MD 21784

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Sat 1:00 PM EDTWesley Freedom United Methodist ChurchEldersburg, MD
20 people interested

We're proud to announce that our flagship team, the Robo Lions FRC Team 2199 are working with Girl Scout troop 1373 to sponsor a #GirlScoutRoboticsBadgeDay on Saturday, April 7!

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Congratulations to all the team members and mentors, and to the robotics community in Maryland. Yesterday, over a dozen supporters of Senator Guzzone's proposal (SB0179) to allow jurisdictions to give property tax credits to owners who lease to robotics teams went before the committee. Four students were allowed to testify, and they were so effective that the committee immediately took a vote and the measure will move to the full Senate. Great work yesterday! PIE3 was represented by Board Member Rose Young, and Robo-Lions Zach and Nathan (who was one of the speakers).

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The Robo Lions FRC Team 2199 were given a $5000 ”challenge grant” by the Maryland Robotics Alliance and two private donors. All donations will be matched dollar for dollar for all contributions made before Feb. 20. Donations will support our new building:#CarrollCountyCenterForRoboticsAndEngineering (CC-CORE) featured in the Carroll County Times. Please consider a gift at https://donorbox.org/pie3-robolions. To date, we have raised $1600. Please help us bring #RoboticsForAllCarrollCounty!

We are a community-based team that participates in the FIRST Robotics Challenge. Our team is sponsored by PIE-cubed, a registered 501(c)3 in Maryland. which means that all contributions to the Robolions are tax deductible!
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Sign up through https://farc.siplay.com (search for Robotics/PIE - 2018 Late July & August Sessions

Ever wonder how an LED works? Want to know more about what goes on inside a computer or your smart phone? The place to start learning is this session.

Cost: $205 per session. Includes t-shirt and daily snack. Early Bird Discount of $10.00 if register and pay before March 1, 2018

Sign up through https://farc.siplay.com (search for Robotics/PIE - 2018 Late July & August Sessions)

Our most popular session, now updated. This session was formerly called “LEGO Fun”, and will still include an introduction to Lego EV3 programming for Mindstorms and SuGo games, a friendly and fun competition. Some additional robotics activities and engineering challenges are also part of the fun. On the final day, teams showcase their robots and skills. No experience is needed, but those familiar with the EV3 or returning students can pursue advanced topics. Students interested in fall LEGO robotics competitions will learn about the program, and receive invitations to team formation meetings.

Cost: $205 per session. Includes t-shirt and daily snack. Early Bird Discount of $10.00 if register and pay before March 1, 2018

Sign up through https://farc.siplay.com (search for Robotics/PIE - 2018 Late July & August Sessions)

Our most popular session, now updated. This session was formerly called “LEGO Fun”, and will still include an introduction to Lego EV3 programming for Mindstorms and SuGo games, a friendly and fun competition. Some additional robotics activities and engineering challenges are also part of the fun. On the final day, teams showcase their robots and skills. No experience is needed, but those familiar with the EV3 or returning students can pursue advanced topics. Students interested in fall LEGO robotics competitions will learn about the program, and receive invitations to team formation meetings.

Cost: $205 per session. Includes t-shirt and daily snack. Early Bird Discount of $10.00 if register and pay before March 1, 2018

Sign up through https://farc.siplay.com (search for Robotics/PIE - 2018 Late July & August Sessions)

Our most popular session, now updated. This session was formerly called “LEGO Fun”, and will still include an introduction to Lego EV3 programming for Mindstorms and SuGo games, a friendly and fun competition. Some additional robotics activities and engineering challenges are also part of the fun. On the final day, teams showcase their robots and skills. No experience is needed, but those familiar with the EV3 or returning students can pursue advanced topics. Students interested in fall LEGO robotics competitions will learn about the program, and receive invitations to team formation meetings.

Cost: $205 per session. Includes t-shirt and daily snack. Early Bird Discount of $10.00 if register and pay before March 1, 2018