Science winners

Barlow Creek elementary students brought home medals from regional science fair

Barlow Creek elementary school cleaned up at the Central Interior Science Exhibition in Prince George recently. Left to right

Barlow Creek elementary school cleaned up at the Central Interior Science Exhibition in Prince George recently. Left to right, back row, are: Taylor O’Hara with her project Let It Grow won a bronze medal, Kyle Eggert with his Stars project earned a gold medal and Sydney Holbrook’s Stressed Out project took a silver medal; front row: Deegan and Darby O’Hara’s The Power of Aloe won a bronze medal. Sydney Holdbrook also achieved a Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Northern B.C. and Yukon area office award and Kyle Eggert achieved the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada’s PG Centre award. Missing from the photo is Jessica Dreveski.

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