Maria-Hunter Mackie and Clark Ivers work at the Wake Robotics headquarters in east Cary on May 28. The nonprofit is raising money to move to a space in downtown Cary.
Maria-Hunter Mackie and Clark Ivers work at the Wake Robotics headquarters in east Cary on May 28. The nonprofit is raising money to move to a space in downtown Cary. aspecht@newsobserver.com
Maria-Hunter Mackie and Clark Ivers work at the Wake Robotics headquarters in east Cary on May 28. The nonprofit is raising money to move to a space in downtown Cary. aspecht@newsobserver.com

Wake Robotics kicks off fundraiser to move to downtown Cary

May 29, 2014 12:27 PM

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