STEM Club helps kids Level Up


Niles Legge, left, 5, operates a robotic crane as his brother Nolan Legge, 7, both of Anna, watches during an open house for the Level-Up STEM and Robotics Club at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Thursday, Feb. 4. The club will be run by three certified instructors who will teach members lessons in engineering, physical science, simple machines and coding. The club will meet at the YMCA twice a month. The club is for kindergarten to sixth graders. People interested can contact the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA. The program was made possible with a grant from The Monarch Machine Tool Company. Niles and Nolan are the children of Shane and Kirstyn Legge.

Niles Legge, left, 5, operates a robotic crane as his brother Nolan Legge, 7, both of Anna, watches during an open house for the Level-Up STEM and Robotics Club at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Thursday, Feb. 4. The club will be run by three certified instructors who will teach members lessons in engineering, physical science, simple machines and coding. The club will meet at the YMCA twice a month. The club is for kindergarten to sixth graders. People interested can contact the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA. The program was made possible with a grant from The Monarch Machine Tool Company. Niles and Nolan are the children of Shane and Kirstyn Legge.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Niles Legge, left, 5, operates a robotic crane as his brother Nolan Legge, 7, both of Anna, watches during an open house for the Level-Up STEM and Robotics Club at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Thursday, Feb. 4. The club will be run by three certified instructors who will teach members lessons in engineering, physical science, simple machines and coding. The club will meet at the YMCA twice a month. The club is for kindergarten to sixth graders. People interested can contact the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA. The program was made possible with a grant from The Monarch Machine Tool Company. Niles and Nolan are the children of Shane and Kirstyn Legge.

Niles Legge, left, 5, operates a robotic crane as his brother Nolan Legge, 7, both of Anna, watches during an open house for the Level-Up STEM and Robotics Club at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Thursday, Feb. 4. The club will be run by three certified instructors who will teach members lessons in engineering, physical science, simple machines and coding. The club will meet at the YMCA twice a month. The club is for kindergarten to sixth graders. People interested can contact the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA. The program was made possible with a grant from The Monarch Machine Tool Company. Niles and Nolan are the children of Shane and Kirstyn Legge.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/02/web1_SDN020621RobotClub-1.jpgNiles Legge, left, 5, operates a robotic crane as his brother Nolan Legge, 7, both of Anna, watches during an open house for the Level-Up STEM and Robotics Club at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Thursday, Feb. 4. The club will be run by three certified instructors who will teach members lessons in engineering, physical science, simple machines and coding. The club will meet at the YMCA twice a month. The club is for kindergarten to sixth graders. People interested can contact the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA. The program was made possible with a grant from The Monarch Machine Tool Company. Niles and Nolan are the children of Shane and Kirstyn Legge. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News