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Alexander Dawson Summer Institute

AIR DATE: August 7, 2009

The Alexander Dawson Foundation has been running a summer camp with a difference. A group of gifted and talented students from across the valley has been studying water and the environment for the past six weeks. Three students and their teacher tell us what they've learned. Our guests are Jordan Goyeau - Sig Rogich Middle School 7th grader, Timothy Shaw - Del Webb Middle School 7th grader, Kelsea McBrayer - Beacon Academy 9th grader, Frank Browne - Dawson Summer Institute Teacher, and Simeon Herskovits - environmental lawyer and mentor at the Summer Institute.

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