The Pioneer Valley 4-H Club robotics team received a grant from MRHD.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
The Missouri River Historical Development awarded grants to 27 Woodbury County non-profit organizations. Those grants total close to $230,000.
One of the recipients in education is the Pioneer Valley 4-H Club robotics team. The group uses science and engineering to build robots for competition. The experience helps teach job lessons.
"I've learned how to, kind of, step up and be a leader, being the oldest on the team I'm on. I've learned a lot of how to use everyone's ideas without being hurtful or use the best idea for that specific problem," said Ali Gaul, Pioneer Valley 4-H Club, robotics team.
Grants were awarded in five categories: economic development, community improvement and tourism; human and health services; civic, public, patriotic, charitable and religious; leisure, cultural and historical; and education.
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