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June 21st, 2009

The City of San Francisco Says My Kids’ Science Challenge Rocks!

Claire Dworsky, Water Quality Project Winner

I’m lucky to live in San Francisco, which is a great city that is surrounded by water on three sides. So people here really care about the environment. And they’re excited that I’m using science to find the real truth about what chemicals and bacteria can be found in both grass and synthetic turf soccer fields. Here are some pictures of the awards I received from our Mayor Gavin Newsom, and our Supervisor Bevan Dufty for winning the Kids Science Challenge, and for using science to find out answers that will help our city government to plan what is best for the environment in our city.090331-mayor-newsome-honor-certificate090505-boardofsupes-honor-certificate

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BB from
June 22, 2009
at 11:40 am

Congratulations, Claire! You ought to be proud of your accomplishments on this project.

JM from
June 25, 2009
at 4:05 am

bravo, claire. hope that you’ll keep us posted when you report your findings to the supervisors? what’s the lastest news from the lab?

MPV from
July 2, 2009
at 5:33 am

Who says kids can’t make a difference? Way to go Claire!!! This is so awesome!

SO from
July 2, 2009
at 7:18 am

Congratulations, Claire! You’re an inspiration. This is important work you’re doing!