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  2. Rachel Jacob Lieber Mom

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    We will bring cups and bowls
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    We will bring lettuce, sour cream, cheese and a dessert
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  5. Michelle Fox

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    I will bring a crock pot with taco meat.
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    I will bring 5 pounds of taco meat
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    I will bring the Doritos.
  8. Laurie

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    I will bring salsa.
  9. Dee

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    I'll bring taco sauce
  10. Peyton Spodney

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    We'll bring nacho chips
  11. Amie Martin

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    I’ll bring a crockpot of chili, too.
  12. Stephanie

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    Thanks Everyone.... We are well on our way to fulfilling all of the requested items.
  13. Kate Hosang

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    I will bring one crockpot of chili
  14. Stephanie

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    We will need at least 30 pounds of taco meat and at least 2 crock pots of chili.
  15. Suereth Boudagh

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    Sorry I’ll bring sour cream...
  16. Suereth Boudagh

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    Two cases of water
  17. Julie Gerecke

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    Black olives
  18. Brooke Piger

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    I will bring a case of Fritos.
  19. Stephanie

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    I will bring the 5 gallon jug of Kool-Aid
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    The reveal (parents, students, mentors)... POTLUCK Signup, please RSVP and reply to this with what you would like to bring Taco & Chili Bar which includes: Taco Meat (Lots & Lots) Peggy M 5lbs / Michelle F Crockpot of Meat / Chili (All Set Here) Kate & Amie Cheese (Mozzarella for Chili & Whatever you like for Taco's) Lettuce Tomatoes Avocados Fritos (Case of Individual) - Brooke P Doritos (Case of Individual) Alex D Black Olives (sliced) - Julie G Refried Beans Salsa - Laurie Taco Sauce - Dee Sour Cream Nacho Cheese Nacho Chips - Lori Spodney Tortillas (Lots & Lots) 2 cases of water - Sue B Cups - Rachel L Plates Bowls - Rachel L Napkins Silverware Desserts (Lots & Lots) Stephanie
  21. *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* Issue #25 September 2019 You can’t pick the hand you’re dealt, but you can choose how you play your cards! HOC Shines at All-Girls Event Our amazing female robotics members loaded up the trailer and headed to the Bloomfield Girls Robotics Competition this month. After a day of preliminary matches, they finished in 10th place overall, and House of Cards was selected as the 1st pick of the 6th alliance. Congratulations to these youngs ladies on a day filled with GIRL POWER! Hill's FLL Jr. League Prepares for Competition by Nicole Ferguson The Hill FIRST Lego League Jr. teams have been hard at work learning how they can build cities that are Accessible, Durable and Environmentally friendly! From learning about green roofs to building & programming model windmills to exploring their school yard for accessible features, these students are ready to build their Boomtown City. This week our high school coach and House of Cards team member, Sydney Hardesty, taught a lesson on durability and how to make earthquake proof buildings. Then, the kids put their skills to the test! Below is a picture of our durability test winners! After intersession the kids will be gearing up for competition at Kettering on November 23rd. They are 3 of 15 teams who will be competing. Good luck team! 2019 Davison Pumpkin Festival While the All-Girls Competition was taking place in Bloomfield Hills, Pumpkin Fest was taking place in Davison! Several members of the high school team and middle school teams joined forces for this great community event. The team offered work stations where kids were able to build their own robots from recycled materials, and Mrs. Jones, coach of Siple's FLL Jr. team, kindly shared her Legos at a table where kids and adults could create anything they imagined. The morning was quite chilly, but as the day grew warmer, the crowds really picked up, and the team had lots of fun assisting kids with their robots. It sure was fun seeing all of the unique creations! House of Cards in Homecoming Parade As in previous years, House of Cards walked in this year's Homecoming Parade. The day was chilly but spirits were high as the team rallied together to walk and hand out candy to spectators. As we continue to grow our program, community events like this really help us show how much fun our robotics program is! Did You Know? Did you know that in addition to Community Outreach, Community Service, Sponsor Visits and Fundraising, our House of Cards Team also has several members who are mentoring our younger teams? What a great opportunity for the younger kids to get to work with older robotics team members! In Davison, we pride ourselves on preparing our team members for the real world, and this is another excellent example of how our members can grow their leadership skills. Thank you to our high school mentors! FTC Teams Busy Building By Dee Schneider Our middle school teams, Wild Cards and Techna Cards are currently deep in the build season. We have small groups currently learning coding and CAD. We also have groups working on building the two robots we will use in our competitions this season. Our teammates have been busy writing in their engineering notebooks to document everything being done. A few of the high school robotics students have joined us to help mentor the team. We are getting closer to our first competition and starting to see it all come together. House of Cards Finishes Ren Fest Every weekend in August and September, thousands of visitors come from miles around to visit this recreation of a fictional English Village during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. This year, Davison's House of Cards took over the 600 section, serving all kinds of food and treats. This is our biggest fundraising event and the team members, along with their families and friends really stepped up this year to make sure the job was well done. The days are long, but filled with friendship, camaraderie and laughter. Thank you to everyone who volunteered their time to make this year's Renaissance Festival a huge success! Student of the Month Name: Owen Martin Grade: 10 Favorite Class: Computer Programming Dream Job: Something in Computer Science Little Known Fact About Me: I am left-handed. FRC Sets 2020 Season Schedule 1st District Competition: Kettering, Week 2 - March 5-7 2nd District Competition: Marysville, Week 6 - April 2-4 Michigan State Championships, SVSU, Week 7 - April 8-11 World Championships, Detroit TCF Center & Ford Field - April 29-May 2 All events are open to the public - Come see House of Cards Team 3534 in action! FIRST Says Goodbye to a Legend You don't have to be around FIRST Robotics very long before you know who Dr. Woodie Flowers is. House of Cards, along with the entire FIRST Community is mourning the sudden lost of a great leader. From the FIRST website, "Throughout the 30 years of FIRST, Woodie has been an incredible supporter of mission, a friend to everyone he met, and an inspiration to our students, mentors, volunteers, supporters, and staff. Woodie's legacy will live on indefinitely through the gracious nature of our community and our ongoing commitment to empowering educators and building global citizens." Woodie lived and led by example with his "Gracious Professionalism", something we instill in our own team right from the start, and something we are known for exemplifying. He was a great man and will be deeply missed. Thank You to Our Sponsors Aptiv Delphi Technologies Hank Graff Chevrolet Bill Carr Signs Ramp Engineering ELGA Credit Union David Slezak DDS DCC Construction Todd Wenzel Buick/GMC Autodesk Webster Associates Group Dr. Kenneth Vobach Fernco Davison Home Bakery DM Burr Group ZF North America MedTrans Davison Kiwanis Club DropsA Veit Tool & Gage Lambaria Eyecare JL Photo Davison Robotics Booster Club Flexible Automation Goyette Mechanical Dale G. Andrews DDS Issue# 25 October 2019 This email was sent to *|EMAIL|* why did I get this? unsubscribe from this list update subscription preferences *|LIST:ADDRESSLINE|* *|REWARDS|* @media only screen and (max-width: 480px){ table#canspamBar td{font-size:14px !important;} table#canspamBar td a{display:block !important; margin-top:10px !important;} }
  22. guru

    FRC World Championships

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    Everyone will be there. With the final matches at FORD FIELD
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    FRC State Championship

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    Event is at the Ryder Center at SVSU Week 7
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    FRC 2nd District Competition

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    Marysville Week 6
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    FRC 1st District Competition

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    Kettering Week 2
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    FRC Team App DUE

    FRC TEAM APPLICATION DUE TODAY!! Everything that is required to apply as a new team member on the Davison FRC House of Cards Team 3534 is due today! Application and information surrounding what is required can be found here. Send completed information to newapp@davisonrobotics.com
  27. *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* Issue #24 September 2019 You can’t pick the hand you’re dealt, but you can choose how you play your cards! FTC Cleans Up Our Davison Robotics FTC Team is comprised of 7th and 8th grade sudents from Davison Middle School. Through a partnership with the Flint River Watershed Coalition, the team informs residents to keep our sewers clean of debris and chemicals. The team walks different neighborhoods within Davison and passes out door hangers with information. They also paint the area around street sewers with the message, "No Dumping Drains to River" in bright blue lettering. As you can see, our FTC Team has a large presence in the community. Hahn Intermediate Begins Debut Season Davison Robotics is proud to announce that Hahn Intermediate is beginning their first year in the program! Coached by Mrs. Racette and Ms. Jones, this FIRST Lego League Team named "Cardinal Coders" is made up of twelve fifth and sixth grade students. This year's theme is "City Shapers" where teams will create a Lego robot that can navigate, build, and overcome obstacles within a Lego city. With the new addition of this team to the Davison Robotics Program, FIRST Robotics can now be experienced at every age level! Hill Robotics Grows in Size By Nicole Ferguson Lego Robotics at Hill Elementary is BACK! The Hill Elementary First Lego League Junior team is back this season with more students and more teams! The Hill Lego Robotics team will start their season the week of September 23rd. This year’s team will have 18 students, grade K – 4 and has increasing from one competitive team to three. With the increase they have also added two new coaches from the House of Cards team, Sydney Hardesty and Zack Hosang. Sydney and Zack will join lead coach and mentors, Nicole Ferguson and Melissa Jones. The team hopes to attend the competition on November 23rd at Kettering. Stardinals Get Into the Swing By Rita Jones This year’s Stardinal season is off to a great start! Thursday, September 12th was the first parent meeting and the following week, the Stardinals met for their first official session. This year’s challenge, Welcome to Boomtown, requires students to conceive an idea for a building in “Boomtown” that not only meets the needs of the community but is durable and beautiful as well! Siple Elementary's squad consists of 20 members in three different teams, and is a part of the FIRST Lego League Junior Division. They meet on Thursday afternoons and will be presenting their models at the Kettering EXPO on November 23rd. The Stardinals are coached by Rita Jones. HOC Headed to All-Girls Event By Sydney Hardesty Photo by Stephanie Hardesty On October 12th, the House of Cards will be participating in our second All-Girls off-season competition. We are proud to say that out of thirty kids, our team last year had nine girls on the team that participated in the event and placed in the quarterfinals. This year we have eight total girls on the team and six going to the event. Running like a normal competition, the All-Girls Competition has teams with all girl pit crew, drive team, human player, and scouts. In addition to just competing, there are professional women in engineering that come and speak about their journey in the field. We would love for anyone to come out and support us! If you are interested you can contact us on our website, davisonrobotics.com. House of Cards Takes On Ren Fest By Owen Martin Photos by Stephanie Hardesty The Renaissance Festival is a fun event that runs every weekend each year in August and September. On the Davison Robotics Team, each member is responsible for a certain amount of hours volunteering there because it is our main fundraiser. There are many stations that need to be worked, including Reubens and Cubans, Crazy Tacos, Jerky, Ice Cream, Bakery, Pizza, Drinks, Pretzels, and, of course, Turkey Legs. It may not sound fun making and serving food all day, but we can rotate out with other team member every so often and talk to people around us! Sometimes it’s busier than others, some stations sell more products than the rest, and it’s a long time on your feet, but after it’s over, you look back and think, “That wasn’t so bad.” Not only that, but you get to dress up in some authentic costumes and see what life was like hundreds of years ago! It is definitely something I would not want to miss seeing, nor will I ever forget it. Our Robotics Program wouldn’t be possible without the efforts of the team, and all of the support our family and friends give us during these Renaissance Festival weekends. Student of the Month Name: Grant Davis Grade: 9th Favorite Class: Algebra 2 Dream Job: Inventor/Game Designer Little Known Fact About Me: I like to make people laugh and I like challenges. Kettering Kickoff The Davison House of Cards headed to the 2019 Kettering Kickoff on September 20 & 21. Teams from across the state traveled to the event to participate in this competition that allows this year's high school teams to compete, using last season's robots and playing field. With new drivers just getting the feel for the controls, House of Cards, Team 3534, placed 23rd out of 44 teams. They were selected to play on the fifth alliance team and were eliminated in the quarterfinals. As always, the team showed "gracious professionalism" towards their fellow robotics teams, and led by example. As a member of the Mid-Michigan Robotics Alliance, House of Cards, was also responsible, in part, for field set up and tear down as a designated host team at Kettering University. Davison's Pumpkin Festival is coming up on Saturday, October 12th, from 10am to 6pm. Davison Robotics will once again be offering a "Build-a-Robot Station, as well as a Lego Station! Come on out and meet some of this year's team members! Thank You to Our Sponsors Aptiv / Delphi Todd Wenzel Buick/GMC Hank Graff Chevrolet Bill Carr Signs Ramp Engineering ELGA Credit Union David Slezak DDS DCC Construction Davison Kiwanis Club Autodesk Webster Associates Group Dr. Kenneth Vobach Fernco Davison Home Bakery DM Burr Group ZF North America MedTrans DropsA Veit Tool & Gage Lambaria Eyecare JL Photo Davison Robotics Booster Club Flexible Automation Goyette Mechanical Dale G. Andrews DDS Issue# 24 September 2019
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