Supervisor Ally Miller Recognizes CRUSH 1011 during April 19th Board Meeting

TUCSON – Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller today gave special recognition to the members of the CRUSH (Creating Robots Under Severe Heat) 1011 team for winning the 2016 Colorado FIRST Robotics Team Award in Denver, Colorado.

The team, composed of students from the Sonoran Science Academy, ranked 4th out of 48 participants in the qualification rounds, and won the elimination round with 6 wins and 0 losses. Supervisor Miller recognized CRUSH 1011 for their outstanding achievements by presenting them with a proclamation, proclaiming the month of May as “STEM Education and CRUSH 1011 Robotics Team Appreciation Month.”

You read the full text of the proclamation here.