Torrey Hills Invention Fair

Laura and Savannah with their inventions

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The Torrey Hills Invention Fair took place Feb. 6 and featured more than 30 inventions. Students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade came up with interesting inventions, and they proudly displayed their inventions and models in the MUR. Parents and the community were very curious to hear the inventors explain their inventions. Many of the inventors made working models of their inventions and were eager to show them off.

Courtesy photos.

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