Launch or Design Problem?

Youth: Tom Pickering
Adviser: Doug Wilson

Location: Outdoors
Time Frame: Afternoon
Participation: Individual
Equipment: Light
Synopsis: Participants make a paper airplane and compete in various categories.

  1. Planes must be composed primarily of paper; glue, tape, and other items are allowed
  2. Categories will include: Furthest Landing, Longest Flight, Best Looking, Coolest Flight Path, Most Creative Design
  3. Other categories in recognition of special achievements may be added at the sole discretion of the judges

Item Supplier
Paper Steve Donohue
Scissors (could use several pairs) ?
Tape ?
Glue ?
Crayons/Markers ?
If you'd like to volunteer any of the above, let Steve know so he can put you on the list.

Tasks: None

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