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Mad Science Instructors Alicia DeBusk and Brian Klinzing talk Friday to the children about how soap works in a washing machine to clean clothing at the Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center. The 24 students in attendance at the Mad Science Crazy Chemistry Day Camp then did an experiment to determine which kind of soap, liquid or powder, was more effective.

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Students learn chemistry at summer science camp

It may be summer, but the learning didn’t stop for a group of children Friday at the Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center. The 24 children, between the ages of 6 and 12, took part in the Mad Science Crazy Chemistry Day Camp, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, run by Mad Science Instructors Alicia DeBusk and Brian Klinzing.

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