CUMMING, Ga. — Pinecrest Academy's middle school Odyssey of the Mind team was invited to Barnes & Noble at The Collection-Forsyth on Nov. 6 to facilitate a hands-on Mini Maker Faire - an event designed for technology enthusiasts, hobbyists, engineers, science club members, artists, students and others. Barnes & Noble hosts the Mini Maker Faire each year in partnership with “Make” Magazine.

The Pinecrest team assisted younger children attending the Faire in building Snap Circuits, Lego Architecture Studios, Think Fun Catapults and Lego Bionicles, while building their own creations as well.

Members of the Pinecrest Odyssey of the Mind team include Kenneth Crandall, Matthew Crane, Kathleen Cravens, Charlie Dougal, Jonni Goughnour and John Stubbs.

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