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7/17/2013 8:48:00 AM
CSI fans learn to test evidence through town's summer class
Aidan Quintana, 11, left, checks the pH color chart against the test strip with fellow students Julia Widrick, 11, center, and Meadow Higgins, 10, during a four-day CSI summer class offered through the PV Parks and Rec Dept.
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Aidan Quintana, 11, left, checks the pH color chart against the test strip with fellow students Julia Widrick, 11, center, and Meadow Higgins, 10, during a four-day CSI summer class offered through the PV Parks and Rec Dept.
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Kai Alvarez, 8, right, and Eli Ingerson, 9, center, check for pH levels from a soil sample as Simon Stull, 12, left, looks on. Nine students signed up for a four-day CSI summer class through the PV Parks and Recreation Dept., taught by Casey Crowley, Arizona Science Center.
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Kai Alvarez, 8, right, and Eli Ingerson, 9, center, check for pH levels from a soil sample as Simon Stull, 12, left, looks on. Nine students signed up for a four-day CSI summer class through the PV Parks and Recreation Dept., taught by Casey Crowley, Arizona Science Center.
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Sue Tone
Reporter


Nine students learned how to make imprints of their teeth, take fingerprints, make plastic molds of footprints, and more through a four-day CSI class at the Prescott Valley Civic Center.

Offered through the PV Parks and Rec Dept., Flagstaff resident Casey Crowley taught the class with training and materials through the Arizona Science Center.

Aidan Quintana, 11, said he watches all the CSI television shows and he especially is interested in science.

Julia Widrick, 11, said she's not very good at science, but she likes reading and solving mysteries.

On Wednesday, students had made imprints of their teeth, plastic molds of their footprints, and were testing soil samples for pH balance.


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