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Dec 8, 2017 Photos by Dan Bendtsen

Noah Cox, Camden Heil, Haley Martin, Frederick Bechert and Anthony Hernandez watched as Jerry Majdic formed bubbles using dish soap, dry ice and water during a ...


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Noah Cox, Camden Heil, Haley Martin, Frederick Bechert and Anthony Hernandez watched as Jerry Majdic formed bubbles using dish soap, dry ice and water during a Science Club meeting Thursday at the Riverton Center for Art, Technology & Science. During the hour-long session, the grade-schoolers also witnessed an explosion fueled by calcium carbide and wrote

Noah Cox, Camden Heil, Haley Martin, Frederick Bechert and Anthony Hernandez watched as Jerry Majdic formed bubbles using dish soap, dry ice and water during a Science Club meeting Thursday at the Riverton Center for Art, Technology & Science. During the hour-long session, the grade-schoolers also witnessed an explosion fueled by calcium carbide and wrote "secret messages" to each other using pens filled with ink that changes in visibility based on temperature.


Noah Cox, Camden Heil, Haley Martin, Frederick Bechert and Anthony Hernandez watched as Jerry Majdic formed bubbles using dish soap, dry ice and water during a Science Club meeting Thursday at the Riverton Center for Art, Technology & Science. During the hour-long session, the grade-schoolers also witnessed an explosion fueled by calcium carbide and wrote

Noah Cox, Camden Heil, Haley Martin, Frederick Bechert and Anthony Hernandez watched as Jerry Majdic formed bubbles using dish soap, dry ice and water during a Science Club meeting Thursday at the Riverton Center for Art, Technology & Science. During the hour-long session, the grade-schoolers also witnessed an explosion fueled by calcium carbide and wrote "secret messages" to each other using pens filled with ink that changes in visibility based on temperature.

Haley Martin, 10, watched as Jerry Majdic, who sits on the CATS board and leads the science club, formed a large dry ice bubble.

Haley Martin, 10, watched as Jerry Majdic, who sits on the CATS board and leads the science club, formed a large dry ice bubble.


Haley Martin, 10, watched as Jerry Majdic, who sits on the CATS board and leads the science club, formed a large dry ice bubble.

Haley Martin, 10, watched as Jerry Majdic, who sits on the CATS board and leads the science club, formed a large dry ice bubble.

Noah Cox, 10, and Camden Heil, 8, awaited the drop of a dry ice-fueled bubble.

Noah Cox, 10, and Camden Heil, 8, awaited the drop of a dry ice-fueled bubble.


Noah Cox, 10, and Camden Heil, 8, awaited the drop of a dry ice-fueled bubble.

Noah Cox, 10, and Camden Heil, 8, awaited the drop of a dry ice-fueled bubble.

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