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Team NOVA, made up of students from Oak Ridge and Del Vista Lago High Schools, demonstrates a robot named “Pulsar” at the Board of Supervisors meeting on June 19. The students presentation emphasized the importance of encouraging children’s interest in math, science and technology. They hope to raise needed funds for the program. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

Team NOVA, made up of students from Oak Ridge and Del Vista Lago High Schools, demonstrates a robot named "Pulsar" at the Board of Supervisors meeting on June 19. The students presentation emphasized the importance of encouraging children's interest in math, science and technology. They hope to raise needed funds for the program. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

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