A team from Penny Road Elementary School in Cary qualified for the 2017 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals in the “Ready, Set, Balsa, Build!” problem. Pictured from left to right are Liam Taylor, Brody Cox, Lindsey Whorton, Charlie Vickery, Brady Rhodes, Brower Evenhouse, and Jordan Sides.
A team from Penny Road Elementary School in Cary qualified for the 2017 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals in the “Ready, Set, Balsa, Build!” problem. Pictured from left to right are Liam Taylor, Brody Cox, Lindsey Whorton, Charlie Vickery, Brady Rhodes, Brower Evenhouse, and Jordan Sides. Courtesy of Amanda Rhodes
A team from Penny Road Elementary School in Cary qualified for the 2017 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals in the “Ready, Set, Balsa, Build!” problem. Pictured from left to right are Liam Taylor, Brody Cox, Lindsey Whorton, Charlie Vickery, Brady Rhodes, Brower Evenhouse, and Jordan Sides. Courtesy of Amanda Rhodes
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April 11, 2017 05:40 PM

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