Club Notes: Robotics club fundraiser; FFA competes
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Robotics club accepts e-waste for fundraiser

Members of the Wolfpack Robotics Club at West High School are collecting used printer cartridges, cellphones and other old electronics to raise money for club activities.

The club hopes to receive donations from local businesses, service groups and individuals.

Electronics can be dropped off at West High School’s Room H6 between 3 and 5 p.m. on school days. Members will also pick up donations within the Tracy and Mountain House areas.

All collected e-waste will be sent to FundingFactory, a Pennsylvania-based recycling company.

For information: Randy Moehnke, club adviser, rmoehnke@tusd.net; or www.9378b.webs.com/fundraising.



Tracy High FFA competes at Calaveras

Four teams of FFA students from Tracy High School traveled to the Calaveras fairgrounds Nov. 8 and returned home with one silver and three gold awards.

Two open teams of sophomores, juniors and seniors, an officer team and a Greenhand team of freshmen competed with 16 other chapters during the annual Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

The officer team of Molly Matthew, Ryan Coggins, Emily Thompson, Rebecca Metz, Bobbi Bertken and Mathew Simonich left with gold.

Open team A was Arianna Koster, Allyson Mifsud, Amy Fuller, Shelby Coggins, Araceli Arabeno and Marissa Terry, and open team B, recipient of the outstanding open team award, was Caitlyn Brudzski, Amber Westfall, Kylie Costa, Cristian Shay, Callie Bruedelle and Sonia Rios. Both claimed gold.

The Greenhands — Alexandra Fern, Amanda Simonich, Sierra Manley, Travis Beckleman, Madison Rose and Shelby Roberson — took silver.

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