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ESPC 2007 - Truro (Nouvelle-Écosse)

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Madison - My name Madison Johnston and I am 12 years of age I live on a beef Farm in Welwyn ,Saskatchewan.In school I am on the badminton team and once the volleyball team. My favorite subjects are E.L.A and Art. Most of my hobbies are playing with my animals and watching a movie with a friend and the sports listed above. What I would like to be in the future is a teacher and if I am lucky and actress. I have never won anything quite this big I have won a few volleyball awards here and there but nothing this big. Some of my notable experiences are I have travelled a lot I have been to 14 foren places since the age of 4 those places are Margarita Island,(Venezuala)Hawaii,San Andres, (Columbia)Costa Rica and Cuba I have been to those places more than once. Now you now a little more about me.
Sylvie Rebecca - My name is Sylvie Rebecca Park. I have 3 sisters and 5 brothers. I live on a farm, near Rocanville, Sask. On our farm we have animals, and I enjoy spending time outdoors with our sheep, cows, donkeys, cats and dogs. I take piano lessons and enjoy music. I like to make videos with my sisters and friends. I like to play sports like badminton, volley-ball and flag football, but especially hockey. My favorite subjects are language arts, French and Social Studies. I love to read mysteries and suspense novels. On occasion I volunteer at the local Thrift Store with my Grand Mere. When I complete high school, I want to travel for a year, with my older sister and then focus on a career, in the Educational field.

Madison Johnston, Sylvie Rebecca Park

Bread... Makes the Grade
Division:Biotechnologie / Aucun
Ville:Welwyn, SK, Rocanville, SK
École:Rocanville School
Sommaire:The purpose of this project was to see whether the quality of the wheat would affect the quality of bread. We gathered different grades of wheat, ground it into flour, then made the bread. After examining and comparing the quality of each batch of bread we concluded that the quality of the wheat didn’t affect the quality of bread.