BANGOR — S. W. Cole Engineering, Inc. recently made seven presentations in Maine and New Hampshire, recognizing students for the company’s second annual Dig Into Science.

Students up to grade 12 were asked to create a video to explain how science, engineering and technology can be used to make the world a better place. The prize for each of the seven winners was a $1,000 stipend, to be used to attend or host a science, technology, engineering or math related program. The winning videos were chosen from a pool of 79. S. W. Cole worked with the principal of each school to make the announcements in front of the winning class as well as other students in the school.

This year’s local winners are Sarah Glazier’s fourth-grade class at Corinna Elementary School and Margaret Pietrak’s eighth-grade science class at Skowhegan Area Middle School.


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