Richfield Rocket Club 02-19-14
Photos by John Ehlke
Seventh-grade student Derek Nienow, 13 holds down material as Danny Havey, 13, drills a hole through it during a Rocket Club meeting in the art room of Richfield Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon. The students are preparing rockets to be launched for the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC). The teams will launch two or three rockets in front of a TARC official later this year. In past competitions, rockets have been judge on criteria such as altitude, flight time and the survival of two raw eggs according to Rocket Club instructor Julie Essche. Seventh-grade student Allie Wucak smiles she she and her teammates work on their rocket during a Rocket Club meeting in the art room of Richfield Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon. The students are preparing rockets to be launched for the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC). The teams will launch two or three rockets in front of a TARC official later this year. In past competitions, rockets have been judge on criteria such as altitude, flight time and the survival of two raw eggs according to Rocket Club instructor Julie Essche. Past rockets from different competitions on display during a Rocket Club meeting in the art room of Richfield Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon. The students are preparing rockets to be launched for the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC). The teams will launch two or three rockets in front of a TARC official later this year. In past competitions, rockets have been judge on criteria such as altitude, flight time and the survival of two raw eggs according to Rocket Club instructor Julie Essche. Julie Essche talks with students concerning their rockets during a Rocket Club meeting in the art room of Richfield Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon. The students are preparing rockets to be launched for the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC). The teams will launch two or three rockets in front of a TARC official later this year. In past competitions, rockets have been judge on criteria such as altitude, flight time and the survival of two raw eggs according to Rocket Club instructor Julie Essche. Seventh-grade student Anna Tuinstra, 13, smiles as she unfolds her team's parachute during a Rocket Club meeting in the art room of Richfield Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon. The students are preparing rockets to be launched for the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC). The teams will launch two or three rockets in front of a TARC official later this year. In past competitions, rockets have been judge on criteria such as altitude, flight time and the survival of two raw eggs according to Rocket Club instructor Julie Essche. Julie Essche and seventh-grade student Anna Tuinstra, 13, share a laugh as Tuinstra unfolds her team's parachute during a Rocket Club meeting in the art room of Richfield Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon. The students are preparing rockets to be launched for the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC). The teams will launch two or three rockets in front of a TARC official later this year. In past competitions, rockets have been judge on criteria such as altitude, flight time and the survival of two raw eggs according to Rocket Club instructor Julie Essche.
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