Manomet Elementary 5th graders show off their science smarts

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<p dir=3D”ltr”><span style=3D”font-family: verdana, geneva; font-s=

ize: 8pt;”>Manomet Elementary School students show off their science pro=

jects.</span></p>

<p dir=3D”ltr”>Manomet Elementary 5th graders recently displayed thei=

r projects at the school=E2=80=99s first science fair.</p>

<p dir=3D”ltr”>The students showed off their research on such topics =

as fingerprints, auditory and visual memory, and the affect of light on pla=

nt growth.</p>

<p dir=3D”ltr”>Additional exhibits were donated by families, teachers=

and friends. Among those were the Shea family=E2=80=99s homemade Van de Gr=

aaff generator and David Lemme demonstrating various principals of flight.&=

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