Olivia Mir, far left, and Jilly Casey, far right, design the gear their team will need to compete in a Lego League Robotics competition as part of a club sponsored by their school, Neuse Charter in Johnston County. De’ovyun LeRouge, center, a high school senior who wants to pursue a career in computer programming, helps the girls as part of a volunteering program at the school.
Olivia Mir, far left, and Jilly Casey, far right, design the gear their team will need to compete in a Lego League Robotics competition as part of a club sponsored by their school, Neuse Charter in Johnston County. De’ovyun LeRouge, center, a high school senior who wants to pursue a career in computer programming, helps the girls as part of a volunteering program at the school. Autumn Linford
Olivia Mir, far left, and Jilly Casey, far right, design the gear their team will need to compete in a Lego League Robotics competition as part of a club sponsored by their school, Neuse Charter in Johnston County. De’ovyun LeRouge, center, a high school senior who wants to pursue a career in computer programming, helps the girls as part of a volunteering program at the school. Autumn Linford

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