“This Way to Christmas” – Valley Area LEAH

Friday December 5th at 6 pm
Saturday December 6th at 1 pm
Waverly NY

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Gregg Harris Event – Raising Kids to Do Hard Things – Long Island

First Baptist Church of Patchogue
482 N Ocean Ave, Patchogue, NY
Saturday October 25

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HIS Archers – Fall Session 2014

Learn More!
Fall Session begins Sept 5

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Legislative Day – Liberty on the Line

March 18, 2014
Albany, NY
Register Now!

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HIS Archers

The Fall season is every Friday night for 8 weeks beginning with September 6th and ending October 25th.
Each session begins at 6:15 pm and ends at 8:30 pm.

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Fine Writer Award Winners

And the winners are…

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Congratulations PCC LEAH’s Lego Lambs

In December PCC LEAH’s Lego Lambs competed in the Regional tournament for FIRST Lego League and we won the 1st Place Champions trophy. The FIRST organization has a secondary competition called the Global Innovation Award (GIA) for teams that think their project might be worthy of patenting and developing. Our team already went so far as to get a provisional patent on our idea. As part of this GIA we posted our idea on the FIRST website and starting today until March 1 anyone can visit the website and vote for any idea they think is worthy. Then they take the top 10 vote getters along with 10 that some experts pick to determine the finalists. Eventually a panel of judges pick the top 3 finalists and they will receive $5,000 to $20,000 to further develop their idea. If you would like to check out our idea you can go to and see our submission. If you think our idea is worthy of your vote please vote on the site (as many times as you like). You can even check out other cool ideas that other teams have submitted. I will let you know how we end up doing. Thanks. Chris Pragle and the Lego Lambs

By |February 13th, 2013|Events, LEAH News|Comments Off