Emily Nadenbousch and Cate Raines, both juniors at Musselman High School, present their entry in the Western Virginia Eatern Panhandle Regional High School Science Fair to judge Charles Worley. The event was held in Keyser and featured projects by high school students from Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral and Morgan counties and the West Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind. The project by Nadenbousch and Raines was title The Grass is Always Greener.
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