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Engineering Club at Colorado Springs School

December 14, 2017 Updated: December 14, 2017 at 9:32 am
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A classroom at Mesa Ridge High School in Widefield School District 3 looks like Santa's workshop, as 10 students from the Engineering Club are designing and creating toys on a 3-D printer to benefit sick children.

The idea came from one of the students, Jonathon Hunter. He wanted to do something to give back using the skills and equipment students have learned in studying engineering. 

The students are making 50 toys -- rockets, cars, planes, castles, people and animals -- to deliver to the Ronald McDonald House Friday morning.

The Ronald McDonald House is a nonprofit organization with 365 houses in the nation that accommodate out-of-town families who have sick children in nearby hospitals.

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