Robot Club of Traverse City, MI
- Next meeting:<br>Date: 1/9/01<br>Time: 6
pm<br>Place: M-Tec Building (2600 Aero Park Drive, in the
Airport Industrial Park,<br>off Parsons Road, Traverse
City, MI)<br><br>The Robot Club meets the second
Tuesday of each month.<br>Meetings last about 1 hour and
are very informal so you can meet other<br>people,
see their projects and take pictures.<br>The club is
open to anyone, of any age, interested in
robots.<br><br>Program for the 1/9/01 meeting:<br><br>1. A short
presentation "Autonomous Robots Around The World" by Paul
F.<br>Grayson, Chief Engineer of AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL.<br><br>2.
You are welcome to bring your own projects to show or
information to<br>share with he group.<br><br>3. Parts Swap -
bring stuff that you would like to trade.<br><br>4.
Free robot stuff will be given away ( back copies of
robot related<br>magazines and inspirational machine
parts )<br><br>Membership Drive: Join the Robot Club!
Dues have been kept low so everyone<br>can
join.<br>$15 one year membership<br>$28 two year
membership<br>$40 three year membership<br>$300 life time
membership<br><br>Please make your check out to the treasurer: Paul F.
Grayson<br><br>Mail to:<br>Robot Club<br>c/o Paul F. Grayson - Chief
Engineer<br>AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL MAGIC<br>1892 Pinewood
Ave.<br>Traverse City, MI 49684-9022<br>(231) 946-0187, FAX (231)
946-1122<br>pgrayson@...<br><br>GO ROBOTS !<br><br>Club News:<br><br>The Christmas
display of 33 animated stuffed toy bears at the Grand
Traverse<br>Resort is doing well. The Robot Club sign in the display
has attracted some<br>attention. The bears have held
up well. There have only been a few
repairs<br>needed to keep it going 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,
since mid Nov.<br>Thanks to everyone who
helped.<br><br>The club is looking for a Robot Wars chairman, if you
would consider doing<br>this, let Paul know.
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