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Aerospace on the future’s horizon

Margaret “Peggy” Bohlin, a retired gifted teacher and director of Camp Invention, reviews the anatomy of airplanes in the second installment of her four-week class called Kids Connection to Aerospace at the Roswell Museum and Art Center on Wednesday afternoon. The classes end May 30 and more information Bohlin can be contacted at 575-420-9955. For another similar opportunity, Bohlin said the sixth year of Camp Invention will happen June 4-8 for youth, going into kindergarten through sixth grade, to explore science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) with a futuristic theme and a game component to increase teamwork, innovation, and more at Trinity United Methodist Church. For this class focusing on eight-year-olds to teens, Bohlin said she offers fun and hands-on activities and experiments to help kids explore aerospace. Corban Strange, 7, and Weston Hicks take in their lesson, while and Josiah Strange, 9, explains the mechanics of his favorite airplane. Hicks, 10, is a student at Military Heights and said he aspires to work for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as an astronomical engineer one day. He said this lesson was his favorite because he was able to learn about the Wright Brothers’ plane. (Alison Penn Photo)

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