From left, Brooke Harrison, 13, of Harold C. Johnson Middle School in York, Gabriella Hummel, 13, and Katherine Gast, 14, both of Gold Hill Middle School in Fort Mill, test the popsicle-stick catapults they made at the "Introducing Girls to Engineering" workshop at York Technical College in Rock Hill on Saturday.
From left, Brooke Harrison, 13, of Harold C. Johnson Middle School in York, Gabriella Hummel, 13, and Katherine Gast, 14, both of Gold Hill Middle School in Fort Mill, test the popsicle-stick catapults they made at the "Introducing Girls to Engineering" workshop at York Technical College in Rock Hill on Saturday.
From left, Brooke Harrison, 13, of Harold C. Johnson Middle School in York, Gabriella Hummel, 13, and Katherine Gast, 14, both of Gold Hill Middle School in Fort Mill, test the popsicle-stick catapults they made at the "Introducing Girls to Engineering" workshop at York Technical College in Rock Hill on Saturday.

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