Paul Heger won a gas grill at the grand opening of Fayette Savings Bank in Weimar. Also pictured is FSB Personal Banker Kace Lee.
Can energy drinks be used to remove rust? What is the best color to write important information in for memorization? Are some Oreos really “double-stuffed” or is that a marketing ploy? Answers to these questions and many more were found at the Faith Academy science fair was held on March 5 showcasing 20 projects. The winners were, from left, Ella Ham, first place with her project on the link between sensitivity and a person’s dominant hand; Lilly Kuespert, second place, with the retention of water in various soil types; and Grant Walling, 3rd place, on fin design for rocketry. Science teacher Beth Elberson stated how proud she was of all the students’ accomplishments and growth throughout this project. Their hard work is exciting to see and inspiring to all the other students that they were able to share with throughout the fair.
SEALY — Helping One Another participants take an active role in participating in the fiveprogram series Be Well, Live Well. Be Well, Live Well is offered free of charge to new retirees and active adults by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
COLUMBUS — The Columbus Garden Club chose Cynthia Medina of Columbus as its 2019-2020 Scholarship recipient.
ALTAIR — Rice High School seniors recently participated in a Credit for Life Fair at Rice High School in Altair.