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RE: [techalliance] Bend Arduino group hosted Bend First Mini-maker Faire Dedicated to Arduino Technology

From: Julie A.
Sent on: Monday, March 31, 2014 8:16 PM

I know this response goes to everyone, and some of you don't know me. I used to live in Bend, and now am in Eugene. I miss y'all! Keep up the good work! I enjoy seeing all the updates, the strength of the community, and I still make it over there every once in a while to visit and hang out at TechSpace when I get the chance.

See you around the campfire,


Julie Anderson

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Subject: [techalliance] Bend Arduino group hosted Bend First Mini-maker Faire Dedicated to Arduino Technology
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To: [address removed]
Date: Mon, 31 Mar[masked]:07:45 -0400

Bend Celebrated the 10th Anniversary of Arduino Technology at the downtown branch of the Deschutes County Library on Saturday, March 29. Over 200 people visited the demonstration of Arduino technology hosted by the Bend Arduino GroupInline image 1

The exhibits included three unmanned aerial vehicles, the high school solar car, Arduino robots, Arduino LED games, a kiosk showing over 900 Arduino projects , a 3D Printer and a device to save horses lives by diagnosing the cause of their lameness and allowing the horsethe proper therapeutic treatment to recover to a normal life.

There is a lot of talent in Central Oregon and this show helped prove the point.

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David Robson

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