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LEGO Challenge

More than 20 teams entered the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department's first Creative Building LEGO Challenge. Participants were each given a selection of LEGO blocks in a single color to build a set based on the theme "Playground." The winner of the challenge will be determined after a one-week voting period. Journal Gazette video by Chad Ryan.

Lego competition on 1st day of 3RF

Photos by Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
Alexander Sutton, 8, works Friday on the Creative Building Lego Challenge, part of the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival. Today’s festival schedule is on Page 3C.
Hayden Tippman, 11, adds his Lego playground to the case at the Parks and Recreation Community Center.

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