In the News: Creativity drives Clarenceville students for invention contest

Published Jun 25, 2014
Creativity drives Clarenceville students for invention contest | Observer and Eccentric Newspapers and Hometown Weeklies |

Innovation was rewarded for a group of Clarenceville students as part of the second annual Kids Invention Contest.

The contest – designed to create a youthful interest in building things – was coordinated by Alpha USA, Schoolcraft College Manufacturing Department, Livonia AM Rotary Club, and the Livonia Chamber of Commerce. The coordinators assembled a team of judges to evaluate the creativity, practicality and presentation of the dozen students who were challenged to describe their invention in writings and drawings on two pieces of paper. The students were divided into the middle and elementary divisions.

Read more in the Observer & Eccentric Newspapers 6/19/2014 edition. (Note: The picture appears upside down on the O&E website, not the Schoolcraft College website.) 

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