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Note/Article from Debbie Mickle:

Hello everyone,

I am pleased to tell you that our video and article on "Girls and Robotics - Do the Unexpected!" is now LIVE on Science Matters!

Please go to: http://ideastations.org/articles/girls-and-robotics-do-unexpected-2012-11-14

and share this with everyone you know.

Link to the article on your websites, encourage people to leave comments on the article and like us on Facebook as well - a link to the article can be found on Science Matters Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/ScienceMattersVA

Please be sure to credit "Science Matters, an educational program of The Community Idea Stations."

Thank you to St. Catherine's Middle School Robotics Team!  What an impressive group of young women.  I hope having this article published today will bring them incredible luck at the competition tomorrow.  I so love all of the quotes we were able to capture in the video and the article.  They are wonderful examples of why young women should participate in robotics and how they will be our science leaders of tomorrow.

Thank you to Pattie Cooke from VirginiaFIRST and Nick Swayne of Virginia-DC FIRST LEGO League for your help with the links.

Thank you for allowing us to share your story.
Let me know if you'd like copies on CDs as well.  I will be glad to provide them.
Talk to you soon,
Debbie

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