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HS STUDENTS IN WASHINGTON...Participating in a in Washington, D.C. late :in March were, left to right, Jennifer Fisher, Morgan Purtee and Logan Mullins. CHS students in Real World Design Challenge f Three students from Castle- wood High School traveled with a county team to participate in the Real World Design Chai- 'lenge competition in Washing- ton, D.C., on March 26-29. Senior Logan Mullins and ju- niors Jennifer Fisher and Mor- gan Purtee joined teammates Lindsey Honaker and Gage As- bury from Honaker High School, and Hunter Johnson and Alex McGlothlin from Lebanon High School in the annual com- petition that provides high school students, grades 9-12, with the opportunity to work on real world engineering challen- ges in a team environment. The state challenge was to design a tail for a given business jet, which would balance all forces while in flight. The team met on several occasions at the technology center for all day meetings. Each member of the team had specific roles, include- ing math and calculations, anal- ysis, design, simulation, and project coordination. The team placed in the top of the state. They were given the national challenge to design a wing and a tail for the same aircraft that would meet given flight condi- tions and balance the plan. Team Advisor Jani Purtee said, "We went to D.C. to com- pete in the national level. I feel we did extremely well consider- Castlewood Head ing this was our first year at this level. I was very proud of the students because they had to give a 20-minute presentation and answer 20 minutes of very hard questions from a panel of six judges." Twenty-seven states were represented at the competition, and the results are pending. Cooking Mildred... Recipes by Mildred Hegert PEANUT BUTTER BALLS 1 cup powdered sugar 1 cup peanut butter 1 cup finely chopped dates 1 cup finely chopped walnuts cup white sugar 1 tbsp. water 1 cup coconut Combine powdered sugar, peanut butter, dates and walnuts. Mix well. Roll into 1 inch balls. Combine white sugar and water. Dip balls in sugar and water solution and roll in coconut. Store in airtight container. Tri-Counlv Tire Service 16618 East Riverside Dr. St. Paul, VA Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm Sat. 8am-I pm 276-762-9501 276-762-9591 FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO COOPERTIREREBATES.COM OR CALL 1.800.426.2637 BAKED CHUCK ROAST 5 lb. chuck roast 1 pkg. dry onion soup mix 2-12 oz. cans Coca-Cola Place roast in roasting pan. Sprinkle with onion soup mix. Pour coca cola over roast. Cover and seal tightly with foil. Bake 250 degrees for 4 hours or until tender. 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