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    Scouting For Bricks Wrapup
    BZPowerSaturday, June 6th, 2015 at 8:20pm by Andrew, BZPower News Manager

    Last weekend Boy Scout Troop 39 hosted their third annual Scouting For Bricks event in Leesburg, Virginia. Several BioniLUG and BZPower members were in attendance as well as some prominent AFOLs like Mariann Asanuma and Matthew Kay. There were some really great creations to see, and we did our best to get pictures of all of them. To see what was on display, read on!

    Black Six, ChocolateFrogs, Zatth, 55555 and danny316p were all able to make it to the event to put together an ad hoc BioniLUG display. BioniLUG member MOCs that were on the 2015 convention circuit were also displayed. Going beyond just Bionicle and constraction, we had creations from many themes on display, including a huge Mini-Con layout (with a lot of help from Mariann). The members of the LUG showcased their creativity and versatility!

    The members of the Washington Metropolitan Area LEGO Train Club were out in force with a big city and train layout. Complete with a county fair, there were lots of fun little easter eggs to spot here and there throughout the scenery.

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    The majority of the rest of the creations were from local AFOLs and members of Boy Scout Troop 39. Some of them are familiar as you might have seen them at BrickFair Virginia in the past, but there were plenty of other awesome creations as well. One of my favorites was the wearable Clone Trooper armor from Star Wars.

    Scouting For Bricks was a great event, and from what I've heard, it keeps getting better every year. What's more, it's for a great cause - all the money raised supports the Boy Scout Troop that put the event together. I hope you enjoyed our look at the event, and remember, if there's a fan event in your area - go!

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