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Memories & Milestones

Charlee Fishman and Gracie Westphal explain the history and importance of the Rocky Mountain Natural Gas Memorial to the community of Glenwood Springs.

GSMS students learn about benefits and dangers of coal and natural gas

Seventh-graders at Glenwood Springs Middle School, connecting to the values of serving the community and the world, have been working with topics concerning “mixtures.”  This work includes mixtures such as fossil fuels and recycling.

As part of their field work, students visited local memorial sites, and with the help of student presenters and expert speakers, students gained an understanding of the history, benefits and dangers associated with working with mixtures such as coal and natural gas.

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