Young inventors show their talent

Young inventors and their parents convened on the night of March 4 at Torrey Hills Elementary School to showcase more than 40 gadgets and clever ideas.

The students came from schools throughout the Del Mar Union School District. They mingled and played while their parents and science teachers admired their work.

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