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Campus Science Festival Entertains as It Inspires

More than 1,500 fifth-graders from nearly a dozen local and area school districts participated in Thursday’s sixth annual Science Festival at Penn College, gaining hands-on insight into a host of related careers. The youngsters were treated to a variety of campus demonstrations during the day, and families were invited to a Field House full of attractions during the three-hour evening session.

– Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

 

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