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Science made fun

By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on January 29, 2012 1:50 AM

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Nicholas Yelverton looks toward the judges' table during the Wayne County Public Schools Science Fair at Meadow Lane Elementary School on Saturday. Yelverton used Legos to test the stability of different forms.

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Zyaire Webb, a second-grader at Meadow Lane Elementary, explains his science fair project on trajectory using a slingshot to Wayne County Public Schools Associate Superintendent Dr. Sandra McCullen during the Wayne County Public Schools Science Fair.

Nicholas Yelverton's project in Saturday's science fair was based on simple logic. "I thought it would be fun," he said, "because I like to build with Legos." The fifth-grader at Fremont STARS Elementary School explained his entry in the...

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