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Minter sends team to Science Olympiad

Sara Harp Minter’s Science Olympiad Team attended the Elementary State Science Olympiad competition on at Kennesaw State College.  For the first time in school history, Sara Harp Minter sent a team to the state level competition.  The team competed in 18 events and enjoyed many science exhibits and shows on the Kennesaw campus.
Representing Sara Harp Minter at the state Science Olympiad were Courtney Wagner, Ansley Turner, Leah Holder, Stockton Lewis, Ethan Gutierrez, Cade Spurlock, Michael Kimbell, Jim Lauson Walls, Joe Blankenship,  Casey Brubaker, Mary Kimbell, Kate Hubbard, Parker Lewis and Kevin Danley. Evan Rogers is not pictured.

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