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2/25/2013 6:00:00 AM
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From left, mentor George Williams, Brandon Mason, 18, and Dominic Lynch, 16, work on the new robot. Mentor Gary Lucier and Evan Bell, 16, are in the background.JC AMBERLYN/Miner
From left, mentor George Williams, Brandon Mason, 18, and Dominic Lynch, 16, work on the new robot. Mentor Gary Lucier and Evan Bell, 16, are in the background.
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Members of the Kingman First Robotics Team 60 pose with their new robot along a 90” tower like the one the robot will need to be able to climb during the competition in March. JC AMBERLYN/Miner
Members of the Kingman First Robotics Team 60 pose with their new robot along a 90” tower like the one the robot will need to be able to climb during the competition in March.
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The Kingman FIRST Robotics Team 60 hard at work at its Lee Williams High School facility. The team competes in "Ultimate Ascent," a regional game competition, March 21-23 at Chandler.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, February 25, 2013
Article comment by: Michael Caspers

What this city needs is more citizens like George Williams. This man works tirelessly to help Kingmans young learn skills they can use in life. George is the kind of guy who knows that talk is cheap but actions matter. Although he is busy with his job at Laron he still finds time to give back to the community. A lot of people talk about helping the kids George just quietly does it. Thanks George for all your hard work I'm sure you would say it's nothing but the people of Kingman owe you a debt of gratatude they just don't know it because your too modest to toot your own horn.



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