FIRST Team #3707 (aka B.U.G.)
                 Brighton, Michigan

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Fundraiser to Benefit BHS FIRST Robotics

At the Lingenfelter Collection

Friday, November 7, 2014       7:00 -9:00 PM

View the private collection of 150 unique cars including:

 Corvettes, Muscle Cars, and Exoctics

 7819 Lochlin Drive, Brighton, MI

A $25/person donation is required

Checks payable to BAS Robotics

We would like invite Brighton BUG 3707 Friends and Families to come and support your team and spend an evening at one of the world’s finest auto collections.  Meet the team and enjoy Hors d'oeuvre & refreshments.

Please contact any team member or mentor, to purchase early tickets for $20. Call Coaches Erik Disler (248) 953-6326 or Dan DeLisle (248) 343-7620 or eMail

BUG ‎(3707)‎ at Howell March 15, 2014

Special Thanks

    Special thanks to the Milford Heroes of Tomorrow (HOT) team for offering their very generous mentoring support. We are benefiting enormously from their wealth of knowledge and experience.

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We have fun while learning things most people will never know.  You realize that you made it from a pile of parts and metal. You know every part and why it all works.  It makes you  feel like you can do anything.  Now hook up the battery and  turn on the main power circuit and  look out. You know something crazy is about to happen.  The action is fast and always changing. "Go here, get that...Shoot it"...   But wait, I got to say the friends are the best part of this club. We work hard together with one goal to learn and make a difference in everything we do. We help each other and make sure we have fun doing it. We look for areas that we can improve and look for anyone we can help along the way, because that is what truly makes you smart. Knowing deep inside you are powerful and have what is needed to make others feel the same. If they feel and do the same for someone else because they learned it from you. You have made a difference that will change more people than you will every know.