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Musical exhibit reopens

Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
Ali Hammond, 9, left, and Veda Null, 7, play “Toe Tapping Tunes” on Monday at Science Central. The exhibit was reinstalled Monday after being out of commission for about two years. For the last eight months, students at Ivy Tech Community College figured out how the machine worked, identified its problems, then found and installed replacement parts.

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