Future Thomas and Tammy Edisons

June 4, 2014 • Local News

Who says geeky science stuff isn’t fun? Sixty-eight elementary students in the Roswell area are participating this week in Camp Invention, a one-week educational camp sponsored by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The camps are held [auth] across the country with the mission to inspire children to create and invent outside the box in a fun environment. The Roswell camp is being held at the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church with the assistance of several local sponsors. On Wednesday, many kids dressed up as scientists by wearing white lab coats. In one classroom, children had to take a small electric car and “morph” it so that it could travel on land, sea and air. The cars also had to have characteristics of animals. From left, Reese Melton, 9; Klarisse Vasquez-Banda, 9; Reagan Battle, 10; and Max Lopez, 10. (Timothy P. Howsare Photo)

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