Air Strike robotics team finishes fourth at FIRST World Championship

SOME AIR STRIKE team members of Aquidneck Island Robotics during a visit to the Statehouse receive citations and a resolution, from Reps. Terri Cortvriend, center front, and Dennis M. Canario, center back, for the team’s successful season, making it to the FIRST World Championship robotics competition in Detroit, where it finished fourth in its division. / COURTESY REP. TERRI CORTVRIEND
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island and Massachusetts high school students from the Air Strike robotics team who competed in the FIRST World Championship robotics competition last month paid a recent visit to the Statehouse at the invitation of Rep. Terri Cortvriend, D-Portsmouth, and Rep. Dennis M. Canario, D-Portsmouth. Part of the nonprofit Aquidneck Island Robotics, the…

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