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Albertson cousins win science fair ‘dental’ honors
Monday, March 17, 2014 7:45 AM
Cousins Justin Albertson and Savannah Albertson recently won the First Place Award from the Isaac Knapp District Society for the best dental-related science fair project at Huntington Catholic School. The cousins collaborated on a presentation entitled, "No Saliva, No Taste."
Dr. John Regan presented the first place awards and checks for $25 to both students as a representative of the Isaac Knapp District Dental Society. Samantha Smith, eighth-grade science and math teacher, was in charge of the annual science fair and was assisted by Scott Foster, fifth- and sixth-grade science and mathematics teacher.
The Isaac Knapp District Dental Society established a special science fair award program to encourage an interest in dental health and dental careers. The Society represents the counties of Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Jay, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wells, and Whitley in Northeast Indiana.
For questions about any of these programs call the Isaac Knapp District Dental Society at 459-9441 or Dr. John Regan at 356-8426.
Complete caption: Cousins Justin Albertson and Savannah Albertson are co-winners of the recent Science Fair at Huntington Catholic School. Pictured (from left) are Scott Foster, fifth- and sixth-grade science and social studies teacher at Huntington Catholic School; Justin Albertson holding his first-place award and a check for $25 for the most outstanding dental-related science fair project; Dr. John Regan, presenting the awards and checks representing the Isaac Knapp District Dental Society; Savannah Albertson holding her first-place award and check for $25; and Samantha Smith, sixth- and eighth-grade math and science teacher.