Robotics team volunteers in the community

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Robotics team volunteers in the community

Students from the Hybrid Hornets robotics team work hard cleaning headstones at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly on Oct. 7.

Students from the Hybrid Hornets robotics team work hard cleaning headstones at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly on Oct. 7.

IMAGE / Courtesy of Hybrid Hornets Facebook page

Students from the Hybrid Hornets robotics team work hard cleaning headstones at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly on Oct. 7.

IMAGE / Courtesy of Hybrid Hornets Facebook page

IMAGE / Courtesy of Hybrid Hornets Facebook page

Students from the Hybrid Hornets robotics team work hard cleaning headstones at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly on Oct. 7.

While some people watched the  Michigan-Michigan State football game, others volunteered their time to help the community.

The Hybrid Hornets took part in the community volunteer event at the Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, Oct. 7.

The team spent their morning scrubbing the headstones and laying wreathes out, making the cemetery look presentable.

Senior Justin Karram was happy to take part in the headstone cleaning.

It really hits home for him.

“My grandpa served, and I want to give back to those who served,” Karram said.

Mr. Bob Chopdelaine, a Korean War veteran, participated for the first time with the community cleanup.

“This is everything,” Chopdelaine said. “This is what the world’s about. This is America.”

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