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Science can be fun — and it isn’t just for guys.
That’s the message behind a Girl Scout program called STEM, which stands for science, technology, electronics and math. This summer the Great Bend Public Library is offering STEM activities for teenage girls and boys. Activities take place at 2 p.m. on select Thursdays in the library’s Teen Spot.
GBPL’s Young Adult Library Jennifer King leads the activities, using materials and lesson guides provided by the Girl Scouts.
The first week, King asked the teens to draw a picture of what a scientist looks like. “Every ...


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