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Titanium Robotics Helps At Danny’s Farm Event

Business Vice President Madeleine Haddad of Titanium Robotics showcasing the controls of [Ti]Rone to interested young people at Danny’s Farm. Yje facilkity is named for an SMHS grad.
This past weekend, approximately ten Titanium Robotics members traveled to a petting farm for a fundraiser hosted by Danny’s Farm, a nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of those with developmental disabilities. The safe and nurturing environment for children and adults in Sunland provided Titanium Robotics with a platform to introduce STEAM to all demographics of people. At the event, team members were able to interact with adults potentially interested in mentoring and with young children who learned to operate a robot for the first time.

Danny’s Farm is named in honor of San Marino High School graduate Danny Gott. The rural atmosphere of Danny’s Farm allows for those with special needs to interact with animals.

Titanium Robotics set up at a booth where the team discussed the multitude of fields in robotics and inspired others to while displaying their famous T-Shirt Cannon [Ti]rone. Team members worked in shifts, changing between working the booth and interacting with the goats, sheep, horses, miniature horses, pigs, and bunnies at the petting farm. In this way, the event was a mix of new developments in technology and traditional farming environments, both of which will continue to delight generations to come. The festivities also included a silent auction for signed baseballs, a live auction to spend a day with famous baseball players, face painting for enthusiastic children or adults, free Dodger Dogs, pumpkin decorating, fair-style games, and even a live band. Titanium Robotics served as an auxiliary to the fantastic show of events while enjoying the jubilant environment hosted by Danny’s Farm.

In the coming month, look forward to seeing Titanium Robotics at a multitude of events scattered around the greater Los Angeles area. We will be walking down Lake Avenue in Pasadena, promoting the team and looking for potential sponsors this weekend. The Carver FLL team that Titanium Robotics has been mentoring will be competing on November 10, and Titanium Robotics members will assist in staffing the event. Finally, the team will also be attending Maker Faire in Downtown LA’s Los Angeles Public Library where they will have a booth to showcase the benefits of a STEAM background to an even larger audience than ever before!


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