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Students from Across Southern California to Compete in Nation’s Largest Solar-Powered Boat Competition May 18-20

Business Wire Thursday, 17 May 2018
Students from Across Southern California to Compete in Nation’s Largest Solar-Powered Boat Competition May 18-20--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California: WHAT:   More than 600 students from 38 Southern California high schools will race over three days solar-powered boats they built themselves this school year. The action-packed weekend is the culmination of a seven-month education program sponsored by The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Through the program, students applied the math, science and engineering lessons they’ve learned in the classroom to t
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