Kinetic Knights measure up
by helping with floor layout
for home and garden show
By Mary Ritter
Home & Garden
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Kinetic Knights helping out with the floor layout for the Kincardine Home and Garden Show, Sunday afternoon, are, top row, Stephen Ritter (L) Kinsey Collins; bottom row, Virat Tripathi (L) and James Jackson, Gregory Dadson, and in the group shot: Virat Tripathi (L), James Jackson, Stephen Ritter, mentor David Dadson, Gregory Dadson, and mentor Lyle Semple
photos by Mary Ritter
Members of the Kinetic Knights (Team 781) helping out at the Davidson Centre Sunday afternoon, are Virat Tripathi (L), James Jackson, Stephen Ritter, mentor David Dadson, Gregory Dadson, and mentor Lyle Semple
FIRST Team 781, the Kinetic Knights Robotics Team, certainly measures up!
Members of the team were at the Davidson Centre, Kincardine, Sunday afternoon, helping prepare the floor layout for the Kincardine Home and Garden Show, set to run this weekend, April 27-28, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily.
Ironically, most of Team 781 won't be able to attend the show because the Kinetic Knights have qualified for the FIRST robotics world championships in St. Louis, Missouri, and are leaving Tuesday, April 23.
However, the team is leaving behind a few members for the annual home and garden show, hosted by the Kincardine Skating Club.
The show is the biggest fund-raiser for children's and adults' Learn to Skate, and Skate Canada programs.
Both Team 781 and the Kincardine Skating Club rely on fund-raising, and both groups promote the importance of community, volunteering and teamwork.
Best wishes to the Kinetic Knights, from the Kincardine Skating Club and all the exhibitors at this year's home and garden show!
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Tuesday, April 23, 2013