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Bubbling with pride

Photos by Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Canterbury first-grader Olivia Scavo, 6, collects a bubble on her glove as she demonstrates her science fair project, “Bouncing Bubbles,” on Tuesday. More than 200 students in kindergarten through eighth grade participated in the school's science fair.
Canterbury 8th-grader Mez Ijomanta, center, explains his science fair project on carbonation "A Bubbly Personality," to judge Canterbury senior Sarah Fisher, right, on Tuesday.

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