And the winners are….

 

First Place – $500

High School – Matt Ballou and Ryan Ballou (Kennett)

Middle School – Josie Phaneuf (Kennett)

Second Place – $250

High School – Chase Lee (Kennett)

Middle School – Eva Drummond (Kennett)

Third Place – $100

High School – Foster Piotrow and Aidan Hagerty (Kennett)

Middle School – Samantha Carus (Molly Ockett)

NE Institute of Food Science Award – $150

High School – Madison Brown (Kennett)

Middle School – Nat Barber (Bartlett)

MWV First Robotics Award – $100

High School – Matt Ballou and Ryan Ballou (Kennett)

Middle School – Nico Zakon (Robert Frost)

Mount Washington Observatory Emerging Scientist Award – $75

High School – Jack Thompson and Will Synnott (Kennett)

Middle School – Trevor Sylvester (Waldorf)

Thanks to everyone who participated in this event!  See you next year.

 

Mark your calendar!

We are happy to announce that the 9th Annual Mount Washington Valley Regional Science & Technology Fair will be held on Thursday, May 12, 2016.

Granite State College, the Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council, the UNH Cooperative Extension, Mount Washington Observatory and many other local businesses are proud to once again sponsor this event.

This year we are limiting entries to 300 exhibits so that we can better utilize the facility and offer a better experience for exhibitors, judges and spectators.

Additional information will be forthcoming.