2012 AR EV Rally report.

2012 AR EV Rally at Pulasky Tech.

We had great coverage of the 2012 EV Rally on Friday. Here are a few links for your viewing pleasure.

KARK – Channel 4 :

KATV – Channel 7:

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:

Many more photos and the list of winners will be posted on later this week.

Also, look for an article in an upcoming edition of Arkansas Living magazine.

Here are the 2012 winners:


First:                      Corning 3

Second:                Hillcrest

Third:                    Corning 2



First:                      Corning 3

Second:                Corning 2

Third:                    Springdale

Quiz Bowl

First:                      Corning 3

Second:                Cabot

Third:                    Paragould


First:                      Hamburg

Second:                Fayetteville

Third:                    Hillcrest


First:                      Fayetteville

Second:                Viola

Third:                    Central Junior High (Springdale)


First:                      Hillcrest

Second:                Corning 1

Third:                    Arkansas Tech – Ozark


First:                      Arkansas Tech – Ozark

Second:                Cabot

Third:                    Paragould


Rob Roedel

Arkansas Electric Cooperatives

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the 2012 Arkansas Electric Vehicle Rally is Friday, May 4 at Pulaski Tech – South Campus

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Mark your calendars! Race day is Friday, May 4!

The host facility will once again be the Pulaski Tech – South Campus in Little Rock.

Here are the results from the 2011 event and a link to digital images:

Entry forms and other information will be posted to the site soon.

The cooperatives will provide lunch and drinks for participants.

The EV program is an ongoing education program that includes students from a variety of disciplines, including math, auto mechanics, physics, engineering, electronics, journalism and other classes. Throughout the year, students complete a variety of activities related to the EV program, developing presentations and taking part in a wide range of projects. The highlight of this unique project is the design and construction of electric vehicles that the students can actually drive and enter in the statewide competition.

Please forward this message to schools that may be interested in participating. Contact me if I can answer any questions or provide assistance.

Rob Roedel


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2010 Hot Spring Conference

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In February of 2009, Green River’s High School hosted a teacher training Session at Ms Shonie Mitchelson Technology class.

This is great news for the ev community as we are reaching further west into the Rocky Mountains the interest that this great program has generated in the academic community.