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Gallery: First Lego League Senior Solutions Challenge

| Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, 8:59 p.m.
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Hosack Elementary School fifth-grader Colin Fitzgerald, 10, of Mcandless, at right, and Providence Heights Alpha School fourth-grader Christian Farls, 10, of Ross Township talk about their team's project during the First Lego League Senior Solutions Challenge, a competition involving Lego robots students program with computers. The Alpha School and La Roche College hosted the local competition at the college in McCandless on Dec. 1, 2012. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
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In back, from left, home-schooled fifth-grader Sanjay Seshan, 10, of McCandless; Hosack Elementary School fifth-grader Colin Fitzgerald, 10, of McCandless; Providence Heights Alpha School fourth-grader Christian Farls, 10, of Ross Township, and in front, home-schooled fourth-grader Arvind Seshan, 8, work on their project during the First Lego League Senior Solutions Challenge, a competition involving Lego robots students program with computers. Providence Heights Alpha School and La Roche College hosted the local competition at the college in McCandless on Dec. 1, 2012. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
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Providence Heights Alpha School sixth-grader Samuel Farls, 12, of Ross Township, at right, talks with judge Terry Faber of Wexford during the First Lego League Senior Solutions Challenge, a competition involving Lego robots students program with computers. Providence Heights Alpha School and La Roche College hosted the local competition at the college in McCandless on Dec. 1, 2012. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
North Journal
From left, Providence Heights Alpha School sixth-grader Samuel Farls, 12, of Ross Township; Marshall Elementary School fifth-grader Saif Ali, 11, of Wexford and Sanjay Seshan, 10, of McCandless, who is home-schooled, discuss their project with judge Terry Faber of Wexford during the First Lego League Senior Solutions Challenge, a competition involving Lego robots students program with computers. Providence Heights Alpha School and La Roche College hosted the local competition at the college in McCandless on Dec. 1, 2012. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
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Students from the North Hills discuss their project with judge Terry Faber of Wexford, center, during the First Lego League Senior Solutions Challenge. The competition involves Lego robots students program with computers. Providence Heights Alpha School and La Roche College hosted the local competition at the college in McCandless on Dec. 1, 2012. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal

Providence Heights Alpha School in McCandless and La Roche College hosted the First Lego League Senior Solutions Challenge at the college in McCandless on Dec. 1, 2012. Students from various schools participated in the competition, which involved Lego robots the youths programmed with computers.

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