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Special Abilities Day

People with special abilities visited Science Central on Tuesday.

A scientific bond

Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
Visitors from the Wabash Pathfinders, from left, Liza Miller, Jim Northway and Kim Seibold, look at a bag of glacial gap – a gluelike substance made by Northway – during Science Central’s Special Abilities Day on Wednesday.

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