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Photo by Dana Pavek/WDC Schools Above, Wadena-Deer Creek High School junior Dylan Gilster surveys the robot he and his fellow WDC Terminator team are building for the First Robotics Competition. The team hopes to have the large robot (pictured above) and the mini-robot mobile and ready for trial runs by the end of this week. The team has about two weeks to complete their project before shipping the robot on Feb. 22 for the Duluth competition on March 10-12.

WDC Robotics Team in need of tool and monetary donations

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WDC Robotics Program Coordinator Ann Pate said the students are in need of monetary and tool donations yet this season. Pate said they are in need of a Dremel tool, drill, jigsaw and any type of hand tool.


"Right now, the kids are bringing tools from home," said Pate.

The robotics team is also in need of monetary donations to help cover expenses for additional parts and for competition expenses in Duluth. "Any donations would be greatly appreciated," Pate added.

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