Outreach Events

Outreach is very integral to our team's mission. We believe in involving ourselves in our community in order to spread STEM and FIRST mission.

Ongoing Projects

Children's Book

Aetos Dios decided to write a children's book for kids in elementary school. It is currently in the process of being written.

Ronald McDonald House

Aetos Dios decided to start collecting tabs from cans to donate to the Ronald McDonald House. The Ronald McDonald House is a nonprofit that helps families that have children in hospitals by giving them housing near the hospital.

Past Projects

October 10-25, 2020

Downtown Scarecrow Festival 

The Downtown Scarecrow Festival is a festival hosted by Manchester, CT. The festival has a scarecrow contest in which scarecrows are submitted and judged. This year is the second year Aetos Dios has submitted a scarecrow.

October 12, 2019

Downtown Scarecrow Festival 

The Downtown Scarecrow Festival is a festival hosted by Manchester, CT. The festival has a scarecrow contest in which scarecrows are submitted and judged. This year is the second year Aetos Dios has submitted a scarecrow.

2019

Project Linus

Aetos Dios volunteers from time to time at The Project Linus Club at South Windsor Library. This club makes tied blankets for an organization called Project Linus. Project Linus donates homemade blankets to children in need across the country. 

Summer of 2020

3D Printed Masks

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been making masks using our 3D printers. Those masks are then given to Dr. Wiles who distributes them to healthcare workers through New England. Check out the article about this at FOX 61.

August 4, 2019

Cruisin' On Main

Aetos Dios attended Cruisin' On Main in Manchester, CT. There they let people drive their robot and made buttons for people.

November 16, 2019

FIRST Warehouse Clean Out

Aetos Dios cleaned out the NE FIRST warehouse with teams 7127 and 6933 to make space for the equipment for the new game of 2020.

Jun 2, 2019

Reach For The Stars

Aetos Dios attends a yearly event at Saint Joseph University for childhood cancer survivors. There they let people drive the robot and make custom buttons for them.

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