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A solar system of her own

Beth Hungerpiller, a first-grade student at Cascade View Elementary School, hefts the gas giant Saturn, part of a solar system of planets she made and displayed at the school’s art, science and spelling night, Friday, March 28. Hungerpiller enjoyed creating Saturn’s rings, and said Jupiter was the most challenging, because she didn’t want the colors to mix together too much. The science project was fun, because “I don’t get to paint a lot,” she said.  - Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Beth Hungerpiller, a first-grade student at Cascade View Elementary School, hefts the gas giant Saturn, part of a solar system of planets she made and displayed at the school’s art, science and spelling night, Friday, March 28. Hungerpiller enjoyed creating Saturn’s rings, and said Jupiter was the most challenging, because she didn’t want the colors to mix together too much. The science project was fun, because “I don’t get to paint a lot,” she said.
— image credit: Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record

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