Correction: On page six of last week’s New Castle Record paper, a few things were inaccurate. The name “Kally” should have been “Callie,” and Callie won first-place while Randalyn Taylor came in third-place.
Photo by Pam Dudding-Burch
Craig County teachers agree that “you’re never too young to learn about Science.” These sixth-grade students who placed in the school’s Science Fair did a great job with their projects. Left to right: Third place Randalyn Taylor – Effects of Erosion, Second place Emily Radford – Does adding Alka-Seltzer to water affect the speed of Evaporation? and First place – Callie Musselwhite – Bubbling Lava Lamps.