You are cordially invited to attend the Texas Robot Round-Up : Lunar Shootout. This event is a off-season event for 2009 FIRST robotics teams from the Lunacy Game.
This event should be a great way to kickoff the robotics season and help teach your new students about FIRST Robotics.
Name: Texas Robot Round-Up: Lunar Shootout
Time: Saturday August 15th 9 am - 4 pm
Place: The Woodlands High School (Senior Campus)
6101 Research Forest Drive
The Woodlands, Texas 77381
Registration: $50 minimum donation to “TWHS Robotics” (you can bring your payment to the event)
148 was attended this event today and had a great time. On behalf of our team I want to thank everyone who was involved in making this happen.
It was also great to hang out with several of our Texas friends, and make a few new ones. Hopefully this event becomes a tradition! I know I’m going to personally do everything I can to keep the momentum going.
Ohh… and finally partnering with 118 in the eliminations was pretty awesome too.
PS - Parker’s Career Coaching Win Percentage: 100%. JVN’s: not that good.
Well, I had a great time at this event. It was neat to be able to visit with mentors and parents from the teams and to watch new drive teams form and/or make changes, experimenting and experiencing.
I think that I can safely say that 418 had a blast, judging by the smiles on their faces as we left The Woodlands.
It was a great venue for this event. The organizing committee did a terrific job of putting this together in a very short time. I liked the trophies and how they were made. The behind-the-scenes efforts such as running the concessions all day along with running the event - looked effortless and smooth though I’m sure they were tiring.
Thank you to all the teams who showed up, some traveling from a distance to show support for this effort. Hopefully, it is the beginning of some fun times during the off season months in Texas.
It looks like it was 2X2 - how was your experience with that? Did the robots start in the 4 corners, or did you use the outposts? Were there 4 or 6 payload spec1a11sts?
(I can’t get the video site to come up)