Science is a ball

Children from Stephanie Morrison’s Bumble and Bean Daycare experienced a bit of science during a recent visit to The Hamlets in Westsyde.

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From left: Ivy Rothenburger, Rhett Nelson and Lachlan Moore experimented with a miniature plasma ball, obtained from the Save-On-Foods store across the street from the seniors’ residence at Westsyde Road and Overlander Drive.

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