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Gifted and Talented Inventor's Fair
Judge Laureen Laumeyer took notes as Rylee Carr described her invention. Sarah Hare pointed out the advantages of her invention. Austin Clements focused on shoe soles that had greater grip with skating. Alana Stansburg showed details of her Bat Barn. Caden Taylor demonstrated how his invention crushes aluminum soda cans. Family members watched as inventor Caden Taylor spoke to Melissa Key. Jenny Smith listened to questions from inventor's fair judge Melissa Key. Melissa Key got a close up look at part of Jenny Smith's invention. Students researched their reasons behind their inventions and have oral reports to the judges. Laureen Laumeyer thanked a student inventor for his work. Lilly Key gave Joseph Klingbiel her full attention. Abby Johnston gave details of her invention to Melissa Key. Delaney Lawson discussed her invention with Melissa Key. Laureen Laumeyer watched the demonstration of a camera attached to a bow. Lilly Key listened to Abbie Lawson's presentation during the inventor's fair. Lilly Dockery explained her invention to gifted and talented teacher Melissa Key. Rylee Carr explained her invention to gifted and talented teacher Laureen Laumeyer. An inventor's fair for gifted and talented students was held Dec. 13 at Bullitt Lick Middle School.