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My Lego class made the front page of the newspaper

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  • carlqcarlq Ruislip Manor, MiddlesexMember Posts: 792
    Congratulations! :-)
  • LegogeekLegogeek Orange County, CaliforniaMember Posts: 711
    NICE!!
  • AFFOL_Shellz_BellzAFFOL_Shellz_Bellz Member Posts: 1,263
    Awesome!
  • jeremy1973jeremy1973 Member Posts: 50
    That is so cool.
  • LegoMom1LegoMom1 Member Posts: 652
    Good for you.

    My son went to something similar at our local library a number of years ago, but it didn't compare to this. There weren't enough bricks (he had far more at home), and there wasn't any real instructor, just a library clerk who was there to oversee the kids. It's good to see that someone with your knowledge and expertise is teaching this group. Keep up the good work!
  • dneuldneul Member Posts: 369
    @legomom1 we will have roughly 25,000 bricks available for 15 kids at a time. 3 classes with 15 kids each. Really thinking if starting a Lug for the adults. I have been approached in the locker room asking if I was the Lego lady... Lol
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