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Students choose History Fair presentations

On Thursday, June 6, Lake Placid Elementary School fourth-grade students Pearl and Aliyah choose an image from the 1,000 Animals attraction to research for their History Fair. Today they will give a presentation about this artifact. (Enterprise photo — Andy Flynn)
On Thursday, June 6, Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society Trustee Margie Gallagher, top left, and Lake Placid Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Allison Smith, top right, watch students choose local artifacts from Lake Placid and Wilmington to research for their History Fair. Today they will give presentations about the artifacts they chose. (Enterprise photo — Andy Flynn)
On Thursday, June 6, Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society Trustee Margie Gallagher shows Lake Placid Elementary School fourth graders an artifact from their collection: a sign from the old Stevens House. She has been working with students for their History Fair, which culminates today with presentations about the history of certain local artifacts. Shown here are Nora, Jaxson and Bryleigh watching Gallagher. (Enterprise photo — Andy Flynn)
On Thursday, June 6, Lake Placid Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Allison Smith shows students an artifact from her family collection: an old fur hat. She has been working with students for their History Fair, which culminates today with presentations about the history of certain local artifacts. Amil is shown here watching Mrs. Smith. (Enterprise photo — Andy Flynn)
On Thursday, June 6, Wilmington Historical Society President Karen Peters shows Lake Placid Elementary School fourth graders the importance of wearing gloves while handling artifacts. She has been working with students for their History Fair, which culminates today with presentations about the history of certain local artifacts. Bryleigh is shown here watching Peters. (Enterprise photo — Andy Flynn)
On Thursday, June 6, Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society Trustee Margie Gallagher shows Lake Placid Elementary School fourth graders an artifact from their collection: an old duck decoy. She has been working with students for their History Fair, which culminates today with presentations about the history of certain local artifacts. Arya and Keira are shown here watching Gallagher. (Enterprise photo — Andy Flynn)

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