Four students from St. Brigid of Kildare School received superior scores at the District Science Day in March and earned a trip to State Science Day on May 10 at Ohio State University.

Four students from St. Brigid of Kildare School received superior scores at the District Science Day in March and earned a trip to State Science Day on May 10 at Ohio State University.

Eighth-grader Matthew Dunn, son of John and Lisa Dunn of Dublin, advanced with his project titled: "How Does Wing Design Affect Distance of Flight?" He tested paper airplanes in a variety of wing designs to see how they affected the distance of flight. He also won the Central Ohio Professional Aviation Maintenance Association Award for his project.

Eighth-grader Thomas Gallagher, son of Thomas and Janice Gallagher of Dublin, advanced with his project titled: "Effect of Launch Angle on Golf Ball Distance" in which he tested the distance a golf ball travels based on the launch angle of a pitching wedge, 8-iron and 6-iron.

Eighth-grader Christopher Mescher, son of Richard and Krista Mescher of Dublin, moved forward with his project titled: "Triboelectric Series, Does Position Affect Electron Loss?" He discovered that the order of materials used to test static electricity in a Triboelectric series are listed in order from those that produce the least amount to those that produce the most.

Seventh-grader Emma Zack, daughter of Kenneth and Linda Zack of Dublin, scored with her project titled: "Optimum Material for a Ballet Shoe Sole" in which she tested the friction produced from a ballet shoe sole to determine which materials were best for leaps and landings versus which were best for spins.

Washington Township Parks and Recreation Department is located at 4675 Cosgray Road. The community center is located at 5985 Cara Road. Call 652-3922.

A Hatha Yoga class for adults will be held Tuesdays, May 6 through June 10, from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.; or Thursdays, May 1 through June 5, from, 8 to 9 p.m. Cost is $60 for township residents, $65 for non-residents.

"Budding Gardeners," a free class for all ages, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, May 16 at The Homestead. Participants should bring a trowel and gloves, and will spend time planting flowers and vegetables in the park then sowing a seed to grow at home.

Nerfkins, a multi-sport program for young children that covers fundamentals with soft athletic equipment, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesdays, May 6 through May 27, at the Community Center.