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Cody Willoughby | AIM Media Midwest Adrienne Hauk, 9, of Vandalia, and Haley Haddix, 10, of Englewood, brainstorm on the construction of their customized LEGO robot during robotics camp on Monday at WACO Air Museum in Troy.
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