Mary Ann Peto
Young Astronauts Day at NASA Lewis Research Center
Cleveland, OH -- The Lewis Research Center and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics are sponsoring a
"Young Astronaut Club Day: Just Plane Fun" on November 13, 1993 for students from 12 Ohio schools.
Approximately 130 students from area schools will spend the fun-filled afternoon building a space-truss out of LEGOS and participate
in a paper space shuttle glider fly-off.
The Young Astronaut Program was established in 1984 as a national educational enrichment program, intended to use space
exploration as a way to open up the world of science, math, technology and engineering for primary and secondary school students.
The contests begin at 2:00 p.m. in Lewis' Main Cafeteria with announcement of winners and presentations of awards at 4:30 p.m.
||Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
|Ottawa River Elementary
|Grant Area Club
|Westlake Area Club
|Edison Elementary School
|Brown Middle School
|Tiffin Middle School
||Grand Rapids, Ohio
|St. Nicholas School
If you are interested in covering this event please call 216/433-2901.
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