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Photos: Science camp at Sharpsburg Community Library

Tawnya Panizzi
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GSK Science in the Summer camp at Sharpsburg Community Library was sponsored by Carnegie Science Center.
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Children who attended GSK Science in the Summer camp at Sharpsburg Community Library studied the human body and all the quirky elements about it.
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Carnegie Science Center facilitator Aly Toy leads a class at the GSK Science in the Summer camp at Sharpsburg Community Library on July 24, 2019.
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Campers explore sheep hearts to learn about the circulatory system at the GSK Science in the Summer program at Sharpsburg Community Library on July 24, 2019.

Children who attended a four-day camp at Sharpsburg Community Library got an up-close look at how the human body works.

GSK Science in the Summer, sponsored by Carnegie Science Center, was aimed at giving students a glimpse at biological systems that make humans alike and those elements that interact to create differences, said Sara Mariacher, the library’s director.

“On one of the days, we explored the circulatory system with sheep hearts,” she said.

Facilitator Aly Toy led hands-on lessons for elementary school-aged children on DNA, food as fuel, oxygen and energy.

The camp took place July 22-25 at the library on Main Street.

Tawnya Panizzi is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tawnya at 412-782-2121 x1512, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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