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Cyle Moss, left, raises his hands in jubilation as his teammate, Dominic Miller, pours the last of the water into the barrel. Their team won this particular competition during the water conservation exercise at Green Valley Park, Friday, Oct. 21. Fourth-grade students were occupied during much of the day on the Project Water Education for Teachers (WET) festival at Green Valley Park on a hot October afternoon.

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Nick Pfeifle, dressed in his Boy Scout uniform and working on his service hours, darted from one group of fourth-grade students to another during the Project Water Education for Teachers (WET) festival at Green Valley Park on a hot October afternoon. Nick, a student who is β€œ12 going on 13,” kept track on his handy clipboard of student progress on an innovative, hands-on bundle of exhibits and games designed to get them excited about both science and water conservation. β€œMe and my friends set the whole thing up,” said Nick, a local Boy Scout.

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