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January 4, 2013 3:54 PM

LEGOheads to compete at CCU

Twenty-six teams from 12 Horry County elementary and middle schools as well as Waccamaw Intermediate and the Mitney Project in Georgetown will compete Friday in the First LEGO League qualifying event at Coastal Carolina University.

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