On September 15 our nonprofit partner, Minnesota Computers for Schools, is partnering with the Roseville Visitors Association to attempt to break the world record of the most people playing Angry Birds at one time for a five-minute period.
The good people at MCFS will be setting up a station of mobile devices so people who don’t have access to a mobile device can participate. That’s where you come in. We need eight volunteers to come out to the event to help people who are using the MCFS devices learn how to use the device and play the game.
Event check in begins at 9 and the count down for the world record begins at noon. If you’re interested in volunteering, please send an email to email@example.com. And, if you don’t want to volunteer we hope you’ll still come out and help us break the world record!
Also happening at the event – MCFS will be giving away a FREE computer lab to one lucky school in Minnesota. Teachers can submit an essay by August 15 explaining how access to technology will help their students develop the skills, knowledge and confidence required for success in school. Judges will narrow it down to the top five essays and people can vote for their favorite at the Angry Birds event. The winner will be announced at the event on Sept. 15. Learn more about how to participate in the essay contest here.
More details on the Angry Birds event can be found here.