Thank you!

 

The Millerbots would like to thank all of the generous family members, friends, and community members who have donated to the team and helped us reach the point we are at today!

This Year’s Donors

Bonnie Bleskachek Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous

Previous Donors

Jodie Bias Ellen Thielen Jan Fransen Rob Rapheal Tony
Jane Hagen George Saly Traci Stevenson Anonymous Atdson M
Anonymous Barbara Brynstad Kay Pitkin Stevenson Biltd Jo TDSA Kimber
Virginia Donney

Did you donate? Do you not see your name here? Please Contact Us and let us know when you donated, and what your name is! Thank you!

 

Creating a robot is a lot of work and help (either through volunteering some of your time and skills or through donating) will always be greatly appreciated!

Don’t have the time to buy us tools? Make a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE credit card donation here!

 

Parts Price Quantitiy Total From
Food
Pizza Night 8 Papa John’s
Snacks lots
Electronics
24 V Pnuematic Solenoid 1
Materials
80/20 $30.00 4 $120.00 Air Engineering & Supply
C-Channel $18.00 6 $108.00 AndyMark
Other
HP 628669-001 10.8 Volt LI-ion Laptop Battery $26.99 2 $53.98 BattDepot
Button Back (2 1/4) $63.95 1 $63.95 BadgeAMintit
Laminated button fronts $59.75 1 $59.75 BadgeAMintit

 

 

All you adults out there! If any of you would like to help or teach students with the robot, fundraising, etc, for any of the Saturdays during build season please put your name, what you’d like to help with, date, and time down in the Google Docs spreadsheet link below!

Some things we need help with:

  • Building this year’s game pieces. Click here to see their dimensions.
  • Raising money for the team.
  • Finding more sponsors.
  • Parents to be in charge of potlucks, to spread the word to other parents.
  • A lot of other stuff I can’t think of right now

Here’s the link to the excel sheet, no gmail account / login required.

Adult Volunteer Signup Sheet

Welcome

Welcome to the online home of the Washburn Robotics team 2549. We are a group of high school students 9th-12th grade. Each year we build 120lb robots to complete challenges posed by a new game we get each year. Come join our team!
-Washburn Millerbots

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