Young inventors advance to state


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Provided photo Four students from Piqua Central Intermediate School recently advanced from the local Invention Convention to the state competition coming up in Columbus. Left to right are Kaylee Eleyet, Marin Funderburg, Jenna Snyder and Savannah Swanson.


Students from Piqua Central Intermediate competed at the local Invention Convention this week. They identified a problem, came up with a solution, created a prototype, and decided how to market their product.

Four students advanced to the state Invention Convention in Columbus with their winning ideas.

They are:

• Kaylee Eleyet and Marin Funderburg with the Senior Sensory Frame, a frame that stimulates senses to help Alzheimer’s patients with memory.

• Jenna Snyder with Calm Canines, a dog sweater with special features used to calm hyper or nervous dogs.

• Savannah Swanson with CHIRP, an emergency chest hair removal pad for use with defibrillators.

Provided photo Four students from Piqua Central Intermediate School recently advanced from the local Invention Convention to the state competition coming up in Columbus. Left to right are Kaylee Eleyet, Marin Funderburg, Jenna Snyder and Savannah Swanson.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_IMG_5869_cmyk.jpgProvided photo Four students from Piqua Central Intermediate School recently advanced from the local Invention Convention to the state competition coming up in Columbus. Left to right are Kaylee Eleyet, Marin Funderburg, Jenna Snyder and Savannah Swanson.

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