Young inventor takes first place


Provided photo Aubree Schrubb shows off her award for first place for Best Overall Grade 6 Invention at the National Invention Convention & Entrepreneurship Expo, held recently in Washington, D.C. Her invention, “Boo-Boo-B-Gone” is a customized wrap to protect the tender skin of nursing dogs. Along with Marin Funderburg, Olivia Amlin, and Savannah Swanson, Schrubb represented Piqua City Schools and Ohio at the expo.


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Aubree Schrubb shows off her award for first place for Best Overall Grade 6 Invention at the National Invention Convention & Entrepreneurship Expo, held recently in Washington, D.C. Her invention, “Boo-Boo-B-Gone” is a customized wrap to protect the tender skin of nursing dogs. Along with Marin Funderburg, Olivia Amlin, and Savannah Swanson, Schrubb represented Piqua City Schools and Ohio at the expo.

Provided photo Aubree Schrubb shows off her award for first place for Best Overall Grade 6 Invention at the National Invention Convention & Entrepreneurship Expo, held recently in Washington, D.C. Her invention, “Boo-Boo-B-Gone” is a customized wrap to protect the tender skin of nursing dogs. Along with Marin Funderburg, Olivia Amlin, and Savannah Swanson, Schrubb represented Piqua City Schools and Ohio at the expo.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Aubree-Schrubb.jpgProvided photo Aubree Schrubb shows off her award for first place for Best Overall Grade 6 Invention at the National Invention Convention & Entrepreneurship Expo, held recently in Washington, D.C. Her invention, “Boo-Boo-B-Gone” is a customized wrap to protect the tender skin of nursing dogs. Along with Marin Funderburg, Olivia Amlin, and Savannah Swanson, Schrubb represented Piqua City Schools and Ohio at the expo.
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