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Mothers Day Stalls for Moruya High School Robotics Students this weekend

The Moruya High School Robotics Students recently held a successful fundraising BINGO event at Tuross Head Country Club with local businesses donating gifts or vouchers for the event. Along with the Bingo there was display to show what the students can do with their robots. Catherine Webber, Moruya High School teacher and Robotics Team Manager was delighted with the result first saying "A big thank you to Tuross Head Country Club for hosting, Blue Heron Cafe, Perry Street Cinemas, Bodalla Lavender Shop and the Bodalla Dairy Shed. "Everyone had a great time and we raised just over $400 for the robotics Teams. "The next event is the Mother's Day Stall outside Woolies Moruya on May 12th may from 8 am till noon "That will be followed by a Mother's Day Cake Stall at Bunnings in Batemans Bay on 13th May. "It will consist of cakes as well as inexpensive items to purchase for mum or nan for Mother's Day from 8am." We are also doing a Movie Fund raiser at Perry Street Cinema as to see "Solo: A Star Wars Story" on the 30th May. $20 a ticket available at the cinema on day" "They just have to see me at the cinema. "There will be nibbles, a Lucky Door Prize and Best Dressed for the event. Tickets available from 5:15pm and movie starts sometimes after 6pm. "All funds raised will go to Robotics teams to go to the Nationals Competition in October in Melbourne. This years RoboCup Junior Australia Nationals are being held in Melbourne. The Moruya High School Robotics team will be competing in the three categories being OnStage, Soccer and Rescue

In all the students will be competing at 4 competitions this year.

These competitions are:

  1. South Coast Regional Competition in June being held at MHS.

  2. ACT Competition in August in Canberra.

  3. NSW Competition also in August in Sydney.

  4. National Competition being held in Melbourne in October.

Further details about these competitions can be found at the RoboCup Junior Australia website (

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