Public Invited to the
Local Event
Morrow Library Room 100
December 2, 2006
10:00 - 3:00
LEGO  Links of Linda Hamilton
With support from
NASA West Virginia Space Grant Consortium.

Team Information:
You and your families and friends are invited to
the FIRST LEGO League 2006 Nano Quest Public Event
at Marshall University Marrow Library
Room 100
Saturday, December 2, 2006, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM.
There will be eight FLL teams in attendance.
They will be Vinson, Greenbrier, St. Joe, Milton, Davis Creek Elementary, Barboursville Middle, Mt. View,
and Tucker Valley.  There will be a Junior FIRST LEGO League from Village of Barboursville
and a Girl Scout JFLL team from Barboursville.

Morning Schedule:
9:45-10:15 Set-up
Team Introductions & Remarks
Presentations 1 & 2
Table Round 1 (Each team plays once)
Presentations 3, 4 & 5
Table Round 2
Presentations 6 & 7
Table Round 3

Dr. Mike Norton will present information on Nano Technology.

Lunch may be eaten in the outer lobby or you may make plans to go out.
You may wish to make arrangements with the Pizza Hut on 5th Avenue, close to MU Stadium, for pizza delivery.
There are also other fast food restaurants in the same area, or you may make arrangements to bring a picnic lunch.

Afternoon Schedule:
1:00-3:00 PM
In keeping with the Junior FLL 2006 Nano Quest Theme of Scale, we will see Junior FLL presentations displayed, and get to build.
The afternoon robotic Table Rounds will be pick-up games arranged as desired by teams.
Teams that have more than one robot may wish to use this time to test out their robots, and get in more table rounds.

Materials Available to Each Team:
One rectangle table for each FLL team
Small round table for each Junior FLL team
White board area for banner, poster, etc.
Electrical outlets
Roll out boards for posters
Self scoring papers for each team for each round

Teams make sure you bring:
Presentations materials
Posters, computer program print-outs, etc.
Dry Erase to write on your area board
Pens to write names on certificates
Masking tape

Bookmark Awards:
Awards will be given to students by other students who are commending
their gracious professionalism,
team work,
robot building and programming.

These awards are given student to student with comments written on the back by the student giving the award to explain why it was given.

Team Pictures
Be sure to have me take a picture of your team to put up on the web.