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Tamaqua elementary science fair

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS During the Tamaqua Elementary School Science Fair held Wednesday, students show off "blubber gloves" they made from Crisco to teach people more about whale and seal blubber, while also learning more about…
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS During the Tamaqua Elementary School Science Fair held Wednesday, students show off "blubber gloves" they made from Crisco to teach people more about whale and seal blubber, while also learning more about sea life via a live feed from the Alaskan Sea Life Center sea lion tank located in Alaska. Pictured from left are Alaskan Sea Life Center Education Readiness Coordinator Laurie Stuart (on live TV with swimming sea lion behind her); exhibit presenter Riley McHugh, 10, grade 5; Carley Skinner, 10, 4th grade, wearing blubber gloves; and Shanna Brinkworth, 10, 4th grade, wearing blubber gloves.
Published March 29. 2010 05:00PM

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