Science fascination

Northeast News
March 20, 2013 

The Musembi family checks out a science fair display at Union Station March 15. Pictured from left to right are: Emily, Peyton and Julias Musembi. More than 970 science fair projects were on display as part of the Greater Kansas City Science and Engineering Fair. A total of 1,310 area students in grades fourth through 12th participated. Topics ranged from “The iPod Pillow” to “Multi-tasking: Boys or Girls” and more. The fair is one of the largest science fairs in the U.S. Leslie Collins

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