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CWSF 2009 - Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Sarah - My name is Sarah Lacoursiere and I am in grade 7 in Muenster School, Saskatchewan. I live on a farm and enjoy outdoor activities. I am involved in many sports including, volleyball, fastball, track, curling and downhill skiing. I am also interested in fine arts and have performed in many school and community drama productions. I also play piano and attend ceramics classes. My hobbies include camping, reading, singing, hanging with my friends and scrapbooking. I am planning to attend University but am not sure just yet what my focus will be. Two years ago, I was fortunate to be able to go to New Zealand and Australia with my family and am considering possibly taking some of my education abroad. I am very excited to be involved in this years Canada wide Science Fair.
Michelle - My name is Michelle Breker. I live on a farm near Muenster, Saskatchewan, with my parents, two brothers, and sister. I am in grade 7 and 13 years old. I am the second youngest in my family. I have a golden retriever named Marley. I love to play sports. Hockey is my favorite sport and I am assistant captain on my team. Some other sports I am involved in are soccer, softball, volleyball, badminton, cross country, and track and field. I also play the piano. Currently, I am playing grade six piano and received two first place awards for my solo pieces at our recent piano festival. I enjoy going to the lake, traveling and camping with family and friends.

Sarah Lacoursiere, Michelle Breker

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Division:Engineering & Computing Sciences / Environmental Innovation
Region:Carlton Trail
City:Humboldt, SK, Muenster, SK
School:Muenster School
Abstract:Why throw away something that still has value to it? In fact, lots of what used to be called garbage is a resource that can be reused. What is something you can do to help save the earth? Recycle. It is as simple as that. One easy word. But why should you do it and how. Are people today recycling as much as possible?