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Junior high student selected for summer science program

Nicholas Boulton (right), an eighth-grader, will represent Durgee Junior High School at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Science Horizons program at Syracuse University this summer. Zackary Boadway (left), also an eighth-grader, has been selected as Durgee’s alternate, should Boulton be unable to attend the program.

Nicholas Boulton (right), an eighth-grader, will represent Durgee Junior High School at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Science Horizons program at Syracuse University this summer. Zackary Boadway (left), also an eighth-grader, has been selected as Durgee’s alternate, should Boulton be unable to attend the program.

— Durgee Junior High School has selected Nicholas Boulton, an eighth-grader, to represent the school at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Science Horizons program at Syracuse University this summer.

The program exposes students to a variety of scientific disciplines and encourages an interest in science and technology. It is at no cost to students and is fully funded by Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Zackary Boadway, also an eighth-grader, has been selected as Durgee’s alternate, should Boulton be unable to attend the program.

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