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Kaitlin Godsey, 8, (left) works with Samantha Stone,9, work to make a windmill at the Discover Tech Super Saturday event at the Mary Wood Weldon Memorial Library. Elementary students from Glasgow and the Barren County area worked on real-life engineering puzzles Saturday at the library. The excercises required a lot of guess and check and thinking outside the box to complete. The event was made possible by the Western Kentucky University�s the Center for Gifted Studies and WKU�s SKy Teach, a program to prepare undergraduates for a career in math and science education. Shelley Smith/Glasgow Daily Times

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