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Tesha Lambright, 7, right, and Joel Gingerich, 9, get ready to launch two “space” rockets into the air while Isaiah Miller awaits his turn. In the background a Goshen College student prepares the baking soda “rocket” fuel. The children were learning trajectory and propulsion at the Science Central demonstration set up at Shipshewana-Scott Elementary Thursday. evening after a PTO Haystack supper. The event involved 15 different “science stations” manned by Goshen College students from their scientific methods class. Students and parents walk to each station to participate in the activity.

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