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Neve Richards and Kasha Bell from Isabella Dicken Elementary School  - Photo by D. Wiebe
Neve Richards and Kasha Bell from Isabella Dicken Elementary School
— image credit: Photo by D. Wiebe

Neve Richards and Kasha Bell from Isabella Dicken Elementary School Grade 5 French immersion in Fernie attended the East Kootenay Regional Science Fair at the College of the Rockies in Cranbrook recently. Neve and Kasha’s Spinning Magnets project proved they could light a two-volt LED. Students from all over the region attend the event in Cranbrook.

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