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    Glacier Ridge Elementary School first-grader Walter Reynolds, 7, listens to a question from Ed Stellini (right) during judging at the Invention Convention on Saturday, April 11, at Grizzell Middle School in Dublin. Reynolds developed a heat sensitive tape that alerts people to the presence of fire and is designed to be taped to a door, for example. Reynolds' invention was tested by a local fire department as well.

    Inventors' creativity sends them to regional contest

    Dublin's youngest innovators gathered last week to solve everyday problems.
    Children in the Brandon Village neighborhood raised money for pediatric cancer research last year through Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation and plan to raise funds again this June.

    Alex's Lemonade Stand producing sweet results

    At 13, Tyler Johnson might have been too old for a lemonade stand, but his mother didn't have the heart to tell him.
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