Today, our team had a table at the panacke breakfast that was hosted at our high school. We were there with the East Troy Lion's Public Library Maker Space Project, which we are working with. Our local public library is starting a Maker Space, and we are helping them get it going, as well as helping them get people interested. At the pancake breadkfast, we were showing people what they chould do with some lights, basic tools, and a little bit of imagination. These things included a light-up headband, made with NeoPixels from Ada Fruit.com, and a sign that lights up, changes color, and flashes. We also had our robot Johnny 5, a new robot that we are building, a home-made game, and a small little display with servo-powered arms. We showed people our robot, explaining that some members of our team had very little experience at the beginning of the year, and that they still were able to create something that could do a lot of amazing things in just five months. We want to help people see that anybody, not just smart people, or people with a ton of experience, can build cool things from scratch, and promote engineering as an intrest, hobby, and career. If you have any questions about our robots, the East Troy Public Library Maker Space, or anything elese related to robotics or engineering, please feel free to shoot us an email from our Contact Us page!