by: David F. Ashton

The complex creation shown at right - the Oregon Episcopal School Lego Physics Program's student-designed and built 'Logo Board' - is motorized, run by two independent computers, and tells a story in a three-minute student-programmed sequence.

It first appeared at the Oregon Zoo in May, and on July 23 it put in an encore appearance in the lobby of the OHSU Medical Clinic at S.E. Division at 39th (Chavez), as part of the annual Division-Clinton Street Fair.

The 90 students in the OES program are directed by Jane Kenney-Norberg, Westmoreland-based science specialist.

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