Sterling Elementary gets scientific

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Bernie Grappin explains his project titled "Floating Soda" to Dan Barringer.
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Sandy Haas checks out Amber Moll's project on how water freezes.
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Gabriella Wegener shows her project "Sunnyside Flowers" to Anita Little.
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Dominic Nicklyn explains his exhibit titled "Shocking Bulbs" to Danny Nott.
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Marsha Walsh listens as Jonathan Christie describes his science project, which investigated what liquids would melt ice the quickest.
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Danielle Booth describes her project, which tested what brand of marshmallows grew the largest after being heated int eh microwave for 15 seconds.
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Chantelle Wight shakes hands with Corinne Barringer after telling her about her project, "Stinky Cheese."
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Zoe Bender shows her great-grandmother Iva Stuble her science project.
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Joyce Banning listens to her daughter Emma Banning explain her project.
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Trisha Frasle checks out Kerrigan Cohee's exhibit, which was titled "Get Planted."

Fifth-grade students at Sterling Elementary displayed science projects in the elementary's multipurpose room May 28. Family, friends and community members filled the room, checking out the various projects. Students explained their work, their hypotheses and the conclusions of their projects to guests at the science fair.


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