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Team Recognition

The AdamBots have received a number of recognition letters including:

Letter from First Board of Directors and GM Vice President, Tom Stephens

The team was recognized for it’s mentoring and support of the rookie FTC team at Van Hoosen Middle School. The school is next to Adams and we had members go down each day to help.

Read the Letter from First Board of Directors and GM Vice President, Tom Stephens

 Recognition from the City Council of the City of Rochester Hills

After winning at the championship for the OCCRA 2010 season the Adambots were called to a City Council meeting to receive an award from Mayor Barnett and the Council.

Read the Recognition from the Rochester Hills City Council

Letter from Michigan State Senator, Michael Bishop

During the 2007 FIRST season, Dean Kamen’s homework was to contact political figures to spread the word of FIRST and garner their support. We received several letters from local representatives including Michigan State Senator, Michael Bishop.

Read the Letter from Michigan State Senator, Michael Bishop

Letter from U.S. Representative, Joe Knollenberg

During the 2007 FIRST season, Dean Kamen’s homework was to contact political figures to spread the word of FIRST and to garner their support. United States Representative, Joe Knollenberg, responded with a letter and later visited the team’s building location, Siemens VDO.

Read the letter from U.S. Representative, Joe Knollenberg

Letter From Governor Jennifer Granholm

The FIRST 2005 season was one of the best seasons for the Adambots. During that FIRST season, the AdamBots captured a victory at the Detroit Regional. The Governor of Michigan, Jennifer Granholm, sent a letter congratulating the team on their victory and wrote about the importance of the team and FIRST.

Read the Letter from Governor Jennifer Granholm

Letter from Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard’s Office

During the summer of 2005, the AdamBots graciously accepted an offer to repair “Sarge” the Robot after many years of service. “Sarge” is used by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Department at elementary schools to educate children on the importance of different kinds of safety. P.J. Reynolds, who is an Oakland County Sheriff, wrote back to the team, thanking them for fixing “Sarge.”

Read the Letter from Sheriff Michael Bouchard’s Office

Congratulations Letter from Automation Alley

Automation Alley recognized the team’s achievements during the 2005 FIRST  season by sending a plaque and an accompanying letter.

Read the Congratulations Letter from Automation Alley


Newspaper Articles

We have been featured in articles in many local newspaper articles. Click on the articles below to read some!