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Gloucester students excel at regional science fair

Nine students from Gloucester County Public Schools were winners in the Tidewater Regional Science Fair held Saturday at Old Dominion University.

From Peasley Middle School and competing in the junior division, Vivian Austin won first place for her environmental science project. Also, Thomas Evans and R.J. Gray received an honorable mention in physics and astronomy. Their science teachers at Peasley are Sherri Rollins and Judy Gwartney-Green.
From Gloucester High School and competing in the senior division, Nicholle Johnson won third place for her project in behavioral science. Honorable mentions went to Pat Shorter in microbiology, Chris Feigh in environmental science, Victoria Wilson in plant sciences, Ashley Reynolds in plant sciences and Forest Bussler in physics and astronomy. Their science teachers are Kim Cain and Anne Petersen.

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