Sage Canyon science fair fun for families

Maddie Ford with er project “The Great Butterscotch Candy Meltdown.”

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Sage Canyon Elementary held its sixth annual Family Science Fair from Jan. 10 to 14 at the campus. The non-competitive event is designed to encourage and recognize student interest in science. (Photos/Jon Clark)

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