Norwalk Man Win Stamford LEGO Competition

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Henry Dwyer, a kindergarten student at Davenport Ridge Elementary School in Stamford, won the 5 to 9 age group with “Loading Depot.” Photo Credit: Courtesy of Stamford Museum & Nature Center
Rahul Katre, a sixth grade student at Scofield Magnet Middle School in Stamford, won the 10 to 13 age group with “The Bridge of Tomorrow.” Photo Credit: Courtesy of Stamford Museum & Nature Center
Ahmed Aratsu, of Norwalk, won the 19 plus age group with “Industrial Relic Turned Wintergarden Greenhouse.” Photo Credit: Courtesy of Stamford Museum & Nature Center

STAMFORD, Conn. — A Norwalk man and two Stamford boys will have their Lego creations added to the latest exhibit at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center after winning its "All Aboard Lego competition."

Henry Dwyer, a kindergarten student at Davenport Ridge Elementary School in Stamford, won the 5 to 9 age group with “Loading Depot.”

Rahul Katre, a sixth grade student at Scofield Magnet Middle School in Stamford, won the 10 to 13 age group with “The Bridge of Tomorrow.”

Ahmed Aratsu, of Norwalk, won the 19 plus age group with “Industrial Relic Turned Wintergarden Greenhouse.”

All of the entries had to be trainscapes or landscapes and be built entirely of Lego pieces, according to a new release from the center. A panel of judges selected the finalists and winners from each age group.

People can visit the museum, 39 Scofieldtown Road, through Jan. 27 to see the local pieces and the entire “All Aboard with Bill Probert & Friends III” display.

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