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By: allisaurus (offline) on Sunday, April 17 2011 @ 03:06 PM PDT (Read 1126 times)  
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Hi all:

I am a program coordinator for the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network at the Museum of Science, Boston. I am writing on behalf of our Boston area Boys and Girls Clubs. We have half a dozen Boys and Girls Clubs in the Boston area, and later this week all of the youth members will be convening for their annual CyberSummit.

We had planned some exciting 3D printing activities using our BFB 3000, but unfortunately it has to undergo some last-minute repairs. I thought a great activity to swap in would be egg decorating with the Egg-Bot and Inkscape! I know it is short notice, but I am hopeful that someone in the Boston-area would allow us to borrow their Egg-Bot for a day, or be willing to come facilitate some design exercises on their own Egg-Bot. I know the youth would love this, especially with Easter just a few days away.

Please let me know if you can help me out with this request! I am able to drive around New England to find this Egg-Bot...

Thanks,
Allison Bland
bland.allison@gmail.com


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