Central Oregon Coast NOW Foundation was pleased to be able to help the Wind Energy Boomer Team go to New Orleans to compete in the National Wind Energy Challenge “KidWinds” windpower national level. Thank you to all of you who have donated to Central Oregon Coast NOW Foundation; you are helping to enhance the lives of women and girls in Lincoln County.
Wind Energy Boomer Team – Send them to the nationals in New Orleans!!
Tayla Stevenson, Lillibelle Bassingthwaite and Madison Marchant made up a scientific team called “Toledo Elementary Boomers” and they very successfully competed in the Oregon Coast Renewable Energy Challenge held at Hatfield Marine Science Center. They did so well in the wind energy category they were invited to compete at the national level in New Orleans!
These talented young fifth graders breezed through the competition through ingenious engineering and team work. Their radical windmill design, made of cardboard, was good enough take second place in the Wind Energy Category for grades third through sixth.
Winners, including this talented team from Toledo, were invited to the National Wind Energy Challenge “KidWinds” windpower national level, sponsored by General Electric and American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). The next level of competition will be held in New Orleans, LA, at the Ernest…
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