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Recycled Racers Rev Up at Lincoln Library PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, January 18 2017 13:38

4-H STEM Club turned piles of recycled materials into race car bodies and wheel systems on January 17 after school in the Lincoln Elementary Library. This group is learning about Go Green Engineering. Makiya Moyer, Kendall Hinrichsen and Jade Sheetz worked together to adapt a food box to be their car body.

 

The 30 participants moved through the engineering design process to ask, plan, design, build, test, and improve. This 4-H STEM Club will meet again January 24 to complete their recycled racer designs and test them on a variety of tracks and a final race down the halls. A community showcase is planned for January 24 at 4:30 p.m. to showcase what the students have learned and built in the “Go Green Engineering” sessions. Any community member is welcome to come learn more from these students and see their recycled racers in action.

 

 

Washington County Extension & 4-H and Lincoln Elementary are partnering together with a sponsorship from Bazooka Farmstar to offer this 4-H STEM Club to any 3rd-5th grade student who wants to experiment more with science, technology, engineering, and math.

 

The STEM Club February session is already full, however, a March and April session will start advertising soon. Watch for more information or contact the Washington County Extension Office, 319-653-4811 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , with any questions about this new STEM Club or how to get involved with other youth science activities.

 
Evening of Stars Performers--Saturday, January 21st, 7:00 p.m. PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, January 17 2017 09:54

Evening of Stars Performers--Saturday, January 21st, 7:00 p.m.

 

Kylen Anderson & Alexis Turner Dance Duet

Audrey Smith Dance Solo

Andrea Pingol Vocal Solo

Colton Anderson & Makenzi Marek Dance Duet

Tsalika Rich Vocal Solo

Anna Collett Dance Solo

Bob Crane Vocal Solo

Zoey Dennler, Mimi Diaz, Ella Greiner, Isabella Lujan, Lauren Lukavsky & Audrey Smith Dance ensemble

Lena Adams Vocal Solo

Randy Swift Guitar Solo

Jim Wang Beat Boxing

John Flannery Piano Solo

Kadin Schiebel Magic Show

Damon Terrill Vocal Solo

Logan Hanson, Chris Hanson, Vern Miller, Amy Miller, Grace Miller Comedy inprovisation

Logan Hanson Vocal Solo

Kyle Schindler, Logan Hanson, Michael Dillon and John Flannery Musical Theater

Linda Soukup, Mike Jewell Special Music

Gary McCurdy Tuba Solo

Nick Kleese Improvisation games

Audience Participation--Led by Kleese Improvisation games

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Slam Dunk Cancer T Shirt Order Form PDF Print E-mail
Friday, January 13 2017 14:55

Slam Dunk Cancer 2017

 
Play 60 Initiative Grant PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, January 12 2017 14:19

The Washington YMCA and Washington Community Schools worked collaboratively to apply for and receive a Play 60 initiative grant. The YMCA received several flag football kits to use with all students participating in their flag football program. Josh Riffel stated: "The National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty teamed up with the National Football League Foundation to provide us with 10 footballs, 50 flag belts, and an NFL poster. I am very excited because this will provide around three hundred dollars’ worth of equipment for this upcoming fall season. The Washington Y is very pleased to have this collaboration with the Washington Community School District. This collaboration is extremely important to the Y because it provides an opportunity for youth in our community to receive mentorship from young student leaders and employees of our school district. Thanks for all your support.

 
Young Engineers Fill Lincoln Library for 4-H STEM Club PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, January 11 2017 11:23

 

The new 4-H STEM Club filled every chair in the Lincoln Library afterschool January 10 for the first meeting to learn about Go Green Engineering. The 30 participants defined technology in a new way, saw the large recycling and reusing nature of Senegal through a video, built their own recycled wheel and axel systems, tested them and started designing their own recycled race cars. This 4-H STEM Club will meet again January 17 and 24 to complete their recycled racer designs, build tracks, test them and improve them as engineers would. Their final challenge will be to race down the hallways.

 

Washington County Extension & 4-H and Lincoln Elementary are partnering together with a sponsorship from Bazooka Farmstar to offer this 4-H STEM Club to any 3rd-5th grade student who wants to experiment more with science, technology, engineering, and math.

 

A community showcase is planned for January 24 at 4:30 p.m. to showcase what the students have learned and built in the “Go Green Engineering” sessions. Any community member is welcome to come learn more from these students and see their recycled racers in action.

 

The STEM Club February session is already full, however, a March and April session will start advertising soon. Watch for more information or contact the Washington County Extension Office, 319-653-4811 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , with any questions about this new STEM Club or how to get involved with other youth science activities.

 
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