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Mount Baker Secondary School students Landon Harvey, Derek Johnson and Edmond Yoo (at centre, left to right) with Cranbrook city council. - Arne Petryshen photo
Mount Baker Secondary School students Landon Harvey, Derek Johnson and Edmond Yoo (at centre, left to right) with Cranbrook city council.
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Mount Baker Secondary School students Landon Harvey, Derek Johnson and Edmond Yoo demonstrated their national bronze-medal-winning robot at Cranbrook's regular council meeting on Monday, Aug. 12.

In June, the Mount Baker Robotics Club represented B.C. in the national skills competition in Vancouver and took third place.

Cranbrook's mayor and councillors presented the trio with gift bags on behalf of the city.

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