CM’s young inventors excel


Danny Mefford, now a sixth-grader, and Emily Webb, now a third-grader, proudly represented Clinton-Massie Elementary School at the National Invention Convention held at The Henry Ford Museum in Michigan. Danny won first place for his invention, the Baby Saver. He also won the Young Visioneer Award, which earns him an all-expense paid trip to Koch Industries for research and development of his prototype. This is Emily’s second trip to Nationals. It was a great experience for her, too, said Jen Molitor, K-5 Gifted Intervention Specialist at Clinton-Massie.


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Danny Mefford, now a sixth-grader, and Emily Webb, now a third-grader, proudly represented Clinton-Massie Elementary School at the National Invention Convention held at The Henry Ford Museum in Michigan. Danny won first place for his invention, the Baby Saver. He also won the Young Visioneer Award, which earns him an all-expense paid trip to Koch Industries for research and development of his prototype. This is Emily’s second trip to Nationals. It was a great experience for her, too, said Jen Molitor, K-5 Gifted Intervention Specialist at Clinton-Massie.

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Danny Mefford, now a sixth-grader, and Emily Webb, now a third-grader, proudly represented Clinton-Massie Elementary School at the National Invention Convention held at The Henry Ford Museum in Michigan. Danny won first place for his invention, the Baby Saver. He also won the Young Visioneer Award, which earns him an all-expense paid trip to Koch Industries for research and development of his prototype. This is Emily’s second trip to Nationals. It was a great experience for her, too, said Jen Molitor, K-5 Gifted Intervention Specialist at Clinton-Massie.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_danny-with-invention.jpgDanny Mefford, now a sixth-grader, and Emily Webb, now a third-grader, proudly represented Clinton-Massie Elementary School at the National Invention Convention held at The Henry Ford Museum in Michigan. Danny won first place for his invention, the Baby Saver. He also won the Young Visioneer Award, which earns him an all-expense paid trip to Koch Industries for research and development of his prototype. This is Emily’s second trip to Nationals. It was a great experience for her, too, said Jen Molitor, K-5 Gifted Intervention Specialist at Clinton-Massie. Courtesy photos

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