Power Surge 4-H Robotics’ team members were at LaBonne’s Market in Woodbury on November 13 to host a “Fill the Trailer” event benefiting the Bethlehem and Woodbury food pantries. Generous LaBonnes’ patrons filled the bins placed on a cart attached to a robot. The students maneuvered the robot and cart to the trailer where canned goods and non-perishable items were off-loaded into the team trailer. More than $600 and several hundred pounds of food donations were later distributed to the pantries. 4-H provides young people with community, mentors, and learning opportunities to develop skills they need to create positive changes in their lives and communities. Power Surge 4-H Robotics, a regional 4-H STEM club, is open to all students in grades 8-12 from any school or home-school. Those seeking more information may text or call Pat at 203-419-5184 or email email@example.com.
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