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Tri Cities Wa RadCon Sci-Fi and Fantasy ConventionIf you’re a big science fiction fan, then you shouldn’t miss the RadCon Sci-Fi/Fantasy Convention that’s happening on February 14-16, 2014. The said event will take place at the Red Lion Hotel in Pasco, Washington.

Radical RadCon
This convention is held annually in the Tri-Cities, during President’s Day weekend, through the efforts of RadCon Guild, an all-volunteer organization that aims to promote Art, Literature, Science, Gaming, and Imagination in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genres.

Convene to Be in
Be part of the organization’s 23rd year of supporting Education, Writing, and Film through science fiction. You may register through their website or follow them on Twitter, @RadCon_WA, for inquiries. Registration fee is $35 for interested ones aged 13 and

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Sunset View Elementary School Kennewick WashingtonAbout Sunset View Elementary School
Sunset View Elementary School is a great choice for kids living in the West side of the city of Kennewick. It is one of the best public schools in the area and it has earned a lot of good feedback from many parents. [continue reading]

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Demographics

Sunset View has a population of over 500 students that comprise mostly of Caucasians. The school has over 25 teachers with a student-teacher ratio close to 19:1 which is better than other elementary schools under the Kennewick School District. Almost half of the student population is granted with the reduced lunch prices. 

Neighborhood
The Sunset View Elementary School is

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Kennewick's Science Is Fun For Children | Let's Get ElectricKennewick's Science Is Fun For Children | Let's Get Electric is Monday, December 30, 1:00pm-2:30pm, Ages 8-11, $14 City Residents or $21.  If your child is getting cabin fever this winter break and you want them to partake in a fun and educational activity, look no further! Children will have fun exploring electricity and technology in this hands-on science class that will cover the principals of magnetism and motors. Students will create an electromagnet, identify motor parts and use common tools to dismantle an electric motor.  All materials and tools are provided. Activity presenter is Owen Kramer a retired Project Controls Engineer and current substitute teacher for the Kennewick School District.
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