Just because it's summer, doesn't mean that robotics is over. This summer, LASER 3284 hosted and participated in a series of outreach events, including the FTC® camp, Run/Walk for the Fallen, the Mobile Food Pantry, Show Me Robots at the State Fair, and the Ozark Mini Maker Faire. Hosted by LASER 3284, the FTC Camp allowed for LASER and other participating schools' future FTC® students to refine their programming and design skills for the upcoming season. Camdenton LASER also assisted and participated in the Run/Walk for the Fallen, which recognizes and respects Missouri's fallen soldiers, and volunteered at The Mobile Food Pantry, which delivers groceries directly to communities in need of food. LASER hosted the 10th annual Show Me Robots at the State Fair, where all four progressions of FIRST® were demonstrated and had mini competitions with Knob Noster Stealth Panther 6424, Sedalia Team SCREAM 4522, and St. Charles Lutheran Roboteers 4329. LASER also displayed all four progressions of FIRST® at the Ozark Mini Maker Faire, where people share the things they have created with their community. Ultimately, LASER had an busy summer full of events, and we are excited that we helped start several new FIRST® teams in the Central MO Region.