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Published: 11/10/2013 - Updated: 11 months ago


Science Society

A roughly $1 million exhibit and workshop space intended to spark ideas and prompt problem-solving will be built at Imagination Station, thanks to donations from the Science Society. On Sunday, members of the society, which includes 96 families and businesses, voted on how to use some of the more than $1 million collected since the group’s inception. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Imagination Station foundation officer Shelly Orenstein, left, speaks with Kelly Hart about Bones: Dinosaurs Uncovered, one of the three proposed exhibits the group is considering funding. At left in front is a tooth from Tyrannosaurus Rex, and at right, teeth from a mastodon. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Imagination Station foundation officer Shelly Orenstein, left, speaks with Kelly Hart about Bones: Dinosaurs Uncovered, one of the three proposed ...
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Bob Savage, president of the society, announces that the majority voted to fund the Idea Lab, which is designed to explore engineering and physics. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bob Savage, president of the society, announces that the majority voted to fund the Idea Lab, which is designed to ...
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Event hosts Allan and Susan Block, left, and Robin LaValley and Dick LaValley at the event. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Event hosts Allan and Susan Block, left, and Robin LaValley and Dick LaValley at the event.
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Vanessa Snyder, left, explains the traveling exhibits to Jacquey Yocum. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Vanessa Snyder, left, explains the traveling exhibits to Jacquey Yocum.
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Carl Nelson, exhibit director and chief scientist, speaks about one of the proposals. Behind him is Lori Hauser, executive director of Imagination Station. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Carl Nelson, exhibit director and chief scientist, speaks about one of the proposals. Behind him is Lori Hauser, executive director ...
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Carl Nelson, exhibit director and chief scientist, speaks about one of the proposals. Behind him is Lori Hauser, executive director of Imagination Station. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Carl Nelson, exhibit director and chief scientist, speaks about one of the proposals. Behind him is Lori Hauser, executive director ...
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Bob Savage, president of the society, announces that the majority voted to fund the Idea Lab, which is designed to explore engineering and physics. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bob Savage, president of the society, announces that the majority voted to fund the Idea Lab, which is designed to ...
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Cathy Sheets, left, speaks with Sloan Mann, assistant director of S.T.E.M. education for the Imagination Station, about the Idea Lab. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Cathy Sheets, left, speaks with Sloan Mann, assistant director of S.T.E.M. education for the Imagination Station, about ...
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Lori Hauser, executive director of Imagination Station, speaking about the three proposals. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lori Hauser, executive director of Imagination Station, speaking about the three proposals.
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Imagination Station foundation officer Shelly Orenstein, left, speaks with Peter Demczuk, rear, and Colleen Demczuk about Bones: Dinosaurs Uncovered, one of the three proposed exhibits the group is considering funding. At left in front is a tooth from Tyrannosaurus Rex, and at right, teeth from a mastodon. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Imagination Station foundation officer Shelly Orenstein, left, speaks with Peter Demczuk, rear, and Colleen Demczuk about Bones: Dinosaurs Uncovered, one ...
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