INDIANAPOLIS — A breakfast Saturday will raise money for a New Palestine High School robotics team to go to the Robotics World Championships in Dallas.

Smokin’ Barrel BBQ will serve biscuits and gravy in a drive-thru from 8-10 a.m. Saturday at Camp Sertoma, located at U.S. 52 and German Church Road. Cost is $5 per serving, cash only.

All sales will be donated to Boogie Woogie robotics team — NPHS students Andrew Maple, Chase Shinkle, Kendall Steele and Ben Wilson — compete in Dallas. They won the Excellence Award as the top overall team, and several other honors, March 23 in the Indiana State Robotics Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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