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[DPRG] can someone point me in the right direction?

Subject: [DPRG] can someone point me in the right direction?
From: Rodent daweasel at swbell.net
Date: Tue Jul 3 10:42:27 CDT 2001


Why not attend the next meeting? We have quite a few families with younger
members in our club. Its good to get kids interested in both science and
mechanics these days. Too many people can think, but can't do. If you've got
the resources, we would be glad to help you and your son build a robot. If
you prefer something store-bought, we can make recommendations also.

I think you and your son would enjoy our group -- our ranks are quite
varied. Our members run the gamut from engineers to machinists and
everything in between, but we all share a common interest.

----- Original Message -----

> My name is Jeff Price, I live in Lewisville,  and I have an 11 year old
> that is very interested in robotics. I got your email address from the
> DPRG.org site.
> I have been looking for a youth organization of some type in the
> Worth area that he could be a part of to foster his interest in this area.
> He has a real love of math and science and his mom and I would like to get
> him plugged in somewhere that would continue to develop his creativity and
> learning by actually being part of a group or team that meets on a regular
> basis learning and exploring the world of robotics/mechanics. It does not
> even have to be "robotics" specifically, but something that he could be
> involved with that would allow him to build mechanical type things. I have
> found several adult groups, but nothing geared toward kids and teens.

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