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On the trail of science
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Jaycee Kile, 5, looks through the eyepiece of a microscope inside the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering Trailblazer trailer Wednesday morning as his mom, Myrna Kile, watches. The Trailblazer, the only interactive science and engineering museum-on-wheels in Texas, is a 40-foot exhibit trailer that houses a variety of engineering and science exhibits targeted at students in grades 3 to 7. The trailer was brought to Beeville by the Joe Barnhart Bee County Library.
Jason Collins photo Jaycee Kile, 5, looks through the eyepiece of a microscope inside the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering Trailblazer trailer Wednesday morning as his mom, Myrna Kile, watches. The Trailblazer, the only interactive science and engineering museum-on-wheels in Texas, is a 40-foot exhibit trailer that houses a variety of engineering and science exhibits targeted at students in grades 3 to 7. The trailer was brought to Beeville by the Joe Barnhart Bee County Library.
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Jaycee Kile, 5, looks through the eyepiece of a microscope inside the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering Trailblazer trailer Wednesday morning as his mom, Myrna Kile, watches. The Trailblazer, the only interactive science and engineering museum-on-wheels in Texas, is a 40-foot exhibit trailer that houses a variety of engineering and science exhibits targeted at students in grades 3 to 7. The trailer was brought to Beeville by the Joe Barnhart Bee County Library.
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