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Students from Brewster and Korn elementary schools displayed their science projects at the annual Science Fair held at Korn School on Feb 27. Cayden Bernard was the overall winner with his project studying the effectiveness of different liquids in preventing
From left,  Korn School Principal Debra Stone poses with science fair winners Afua Amankwah, Cayden Bernard, Nathan Boy, and school librarian Jenny Lussier. | (Mark Dionne / Town Times)

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Students from Brewster and Korn elementary schools displayed their science projects at the annual Science Fair held at Korn School on Feb. 27. Cayden Bernard was the overall winner with his project studying the effectiveness of different liquids in preventing “annoying browning apples.” | (Oanh Stephan / Submitted.)



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