LEGO Competition Benefits the Ft. Bend Habitat For Humanity
To say that “people like LEGOS” would be both a gross oversimplification and a gross understatement. What with several LEGOland theme parks currently established around the world (including one in Florida and California), and immense and diverse array of products that expand through video games to robotics to architecture, and much much more in LEGO’s accrued 50 plus year history.
We mention LEGOs because next Saturday, March 31st, The Fort Bent Habitat for Humanity is holding their 2012 YouthBuild Challenge at the Sugar Land Town Square. Therein, teams of students from grades 3-12 will compete against other students in their respective grade level in an effort to compose realistic and creative LEGO houses.
The competition is not only meant to be a fun community event to foster youth creativity, but also as a fundraiser and educative platform for the Ft. Bend Habitat for Humanity.
Categories include “Best Overall”, “Most Creative”, and “Most Realistic”.
What’s more, the event needs plenty of adult volunteers for the categories of sponsorship, advertisement, volunteer mobilization, registration, and competition/team management, making the Youthbuild Challenge an event that everyone can participate in and enjoy!