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Cassie Salo, 17, of International Falls, left, and Robyn Mellema, 12 of Onema, work on programming their robot Saturday morning at Bemidji State University. They were among 15 Girl Scouts who took part in Robo Girls, an event offering workshops on technology, art and design. Bethany Wesley | Bemidji Pioneer

Girl Scouts introduced to STEM opportunities

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BEMIDJI – Fifteen Girl Scouts spent much of the weekend at Bemidji State University learning about technology, art and design.

The sixth- through 12th-grade girls, through the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines, took part in the first-ever Robo Girls event, sponsored by the 360° Manufacturing and Applied Engineering Regional Center of Excellence.

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