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Sumo Robot League Spring Class

Sumo Robot League will have a Spring Class at! Participants will receive a robot which they will assemble and learn to code to compete in the Spring Tournament on April 22nd at The class is open to anyone in the CSRA, ages 14 and above. This is a 9-week after-school program, meeting on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:30pm, beginning February 7th and… Read More


Melinda Elser is keeping the inquisitive nature of her family going strong. She has initiated a class for girls interested in coding beginning January 3rd at How did you come to be a member of My father is a founding member and I’m just ridin’ the coattails Describe the moment you decided what… Read More

ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Medical Advocacy Partners member Suzette Verbeck has ventured into entrepreneurship in the Health IT world with her business Medical Advocacy Partners. What is the business? I am a healthcare consultant and my business is Medical Advocacy Partners. I help physicians, mostly primary care, simplify their transition to value based care and improve overall clinical and business performance. When and… Read More

SantaCon Delivered Cheer!

Festive folks came out en masse for the 2016 SantaCon Augusta on December 9th, raising $10,000 for STEM education at! Gabriel Smith and his gung-ho SantaCon committee organized the fifth annual pub-crawl in Augusta for charity, choosing as the recipient for the second year. SantaCon Augusta began the first year with only thirty or so… Read More

“Learning Arduino with Melinda”

Girls who want to code, we’ve got a great opportunity for you here at in January! Melinda and her dad, Ed Elser, are going to explore Arduino for five weeks, every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30pm. If you’re in 7th grade or higher, join Melinda and her dad as they walk though how to load and manipulate Arduino… Read More

Meet Members: Kim Hines

Kim Hines is a walking and talking local synapse who connects the dots of activity in our agricultural community. With a positive perspective and optimistic hope, Kim is integrally involved in facilitating educational opportunities for folks to learn about healthy eating and sustainable agriculture. Meet Kim! 1: How did you come to be a member… Read More

Meet Members: Annette Arrigucci

Annette Arrigucci has been a regular staple in the presence at for almost the last year, save for a moment away to attend a code school. Having recently opted for a career shift, Annette is taking advantage of opportunities. Meet Annette! 1: How did you come to be a member of I was… Read More

Harvest Bytes Hackathon and Fundraising Dinner

Technology and agriculture came together at this past weekend in support of entrepreneurial culinary endeavors! We hosted a hackathon beginning on Friday the 28th, presenting agricultural challenges in need of technological solutions. In partnership with Augusta Locally Grown, challenges were created to specifically benefit local growers, home gardeners, and the network in place for… Read More

Entrepreneurship: Paid in Five member Josh Keck is always looking for a way to improve anything. He’s quick to recognize efficiency, lend a hand, and introduce you to somewhat who can help you with whatever you’re working on. Paid in Five is Josh’s solution to businesses which would prefer payment on services quicker than the traditional schedules. Check… Read More

BFEG: Cyber Security Meet-ups

Want to learn web programming and offensive cyber security? BFEG is meeting Tuesday evenings from 6pm-8pm at this fall. Structured as a group learning environment, each meetup will cover topics in programming and offensive techniques in cyber security. Folks in the community who would like to delve into a myriad of languages head first are encouraged to come… Read More

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