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Bethlehem High School students Woody McCoy, Patrick Brady and GJ Olde Loohuis work on a robot after school Thursday. The robot will be entered into the First Tech Challenge in Owensboro later this month.
A unique, practical project

For the past several months, a group of Bethlehem High School students have been working on a unique project, one that is able to move and pick up items.

Thursday after school the eight-member Robotics Club spent time fine-tuning the project — a working robot — before they’re set to submit it into a competition later this month.

For the co-ed Catholic high school, this is the first time students have designed, programmed and built a robot for a competition.


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