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ESPC 2012 - Charlottetown (Ile-du-Prince-Édouard)

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My name is Aronhiaronnions Stacey, I am 12 years old and I attend Kahnawake Survival School, I am in grade 7. I have four brothers, I enjoy riding my ATC and going fishing at my cabin in Tiowero:ton. One of the activities I was in at school was Live Like a Champion which is a mixed martial arts class. My hobbies are to collect hockey cards and motor bikes. In the future I want to become an engineer like my cousin William. My achievements include winning the science fair in grade 5 which got me to Gesgapegiag, and then recently winning the aboriginal science fair in grade 7 which brought me to Kitigan Zibi. I got the inspiration for this year’s project from my parents and my brother who were helping me with ideas. They suggested that I should make something that would help people and so I did. I am not sure of what to do next but I would like to make something else that would help people. My suggestion to people is don’t give up and keep going because in the end its worth it.

Aronhiaronnions Stacey

Can I light a door knob?
Région:Aboriginal Québec Autochtone
Ville:Kahnawake, QC
École:Kahnawake Survival School
Sommaire:Can an electric current travel through wires to light up a door knob. After building a frame for the door knob and connecting wires I learned that I could illuminate a door knob to help people find the key hole on their doors.