Young authors David & Laura T. Lee (inspires others to write)

David T. Lee (14 year-old of 5 books, published a 4,500-word sci-fi at 7); Laura T. Lee (12 year-old of 2 novels, published a 62,000-word novel at 10)

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Get Ready for a Magical Saturday at the Enchanted Passage Bookstore (Sutton)!

This Saturday will be sparkling with pixie dust! Join Laura and I at the Author Faire at the Enchanted Passage bookstore (145 Armsby Road, Sutton, MA)! We will be joined by other local authors including April Jones Prince, Lisa Shea and Robbin Miller! Short talks will also be given on many aspects of the writing […]

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Limited time offer to get my books from Barnes and Noble!

This Sunday, I attended the Authorstock event at the Barnes and Noble in Millbury! My sister and I both gave talks during the event on our writing journey and read selections from our books. We met many writers at the event! Their writing specialties had a huge diversity, from children’s picture books to adult romance […]

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Museum of Science’s “POPnology” exhibit deftly shows the influence of popular culture on tech

Recently, I went to Boston to check out the Museum of Science’s new exhibit, “POPnology”!  As the title suggests, the exhibit explained how popular culture influenced/predicted technological advancements. Among the exhibit’s best features were the time-traveling car from “Back to the Future 3” and the world’s first 3-D printed car. A concept drawing of VR […]

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Memorial Day Parade 2016!

Hello everybody! Hope you all had a great Memorial Day weekend. Here are some photos and a video from the Memorial Day parade in Shrewsbury. Bye! David:)

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I interviewed the director of the Shrewsbury Public Library!

Hello! Today, I interviewed Ellen Dolan, director of the Shrewsbury Public Library! The renovated and expanded library will have its grand opening in fall 2016. The interview turned out wonderfully. Ellen gave smart, detailed answers to each of my questions and the tone of our conversation became warm and friendly within moments of starting. The […]

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1st Annual Four Orchestras Festival at Mechanics Hall!

Hello! Last Sunday, I was treated to the 1st Annual Four Orchestras Festival at Mechanics Hall! Hosted by the Worcester Youth Orchestras, the concert features performances from the Burncoat High School Symphony Orchestra, the Shrewsbury High School Chamber Orchestra, the Pioneer Valley Symphony Youth Orchestra and the Worcester Youth Orchestras (divided into a Symphony Orchestra […]

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A Great Start to 2016 at First Night Worcester!

Happy New Year! I spent my New Year’s Eve yesterday at First Night Worcester 2016, the 2nd oldest New Year’s Celebration in America (Boston’s celebration is oldest). I visited three events at the Armenian Church of Our Savior Cultural Center: the Worcester Youth Orchestras, Chinese acrobat Li Liu and comedic juggler duo The Gizmo Guys! […]

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We went on a field trip to Heifer Farm!

Hello everyone, Yesterday, I took a field trip to Heifer Farm (Overlook Farm) in Rutland, MA! Heifer Farm is part of Heifer International, a charity organization. Heifer International gives animals and seeds to people in need in ways that promote sustainability. Heifer educates people about sustainability, cooperation, farming and handling animals. Their slogan is to […]

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Building with Biology at Museum of Science (Boston)

Hello! On Sunday, we attended a wonderful day-long Building with Biology event held at Museum of Science in Boston! There were over 15 hands-on activities facilitated by scientists, live presentations and a discussion forum on synthetic biology. Before this event, I had never heard of the term “synthetic biology” before. The synthetic biology public engagement […]

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I recommend the Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center to all science lovers!

Konnichiwa people, On May 21st, I went on a field trip to the Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center on the campus of Framingham State University! I was so excited when my team stepped into the modern-looking building, stuffed with high-definition images of galaxies and a life-size Mars rover model. What made the trip even better was […]

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Sherwood Core Values Art Collection from SHS Art Festival 2015! (Many photos!)

Hello folks! On Thursday, May 7th, I attended the Shrewsbury High School Art Festival! The star of the show was an exciting panel painting project! Sherwood Middle School collaborated with the Artist Guild of Shrewsbury and the National Art Honor Society to make a series of panels based on Sherwood’s core values (Caring, Responsibility, Perseverance, […]

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I competed in my first math contest at St. John’s High School!

Hello! I went to my first ever math contest! It was called the St. John’s High School’s Spring Math Invitational. I was both excited and nervous! I was one of the 9 students from my school who were invited to join the other 340+ students in the competition! All the students were from middle schools […]

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I had a fantabulous time at the College of the Holy Cross’s Science Show!

Howdy people! Friday evening, I had a total blast at Worcester’s College of the Holy Cross’s Science Show! When I came in, I couldn’t believe the massive crowd of people that had come to the event. The first activity I visited was in a grandiose auditorium. In that station, people experimented with magnets and tried […]

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I attended a Stockings for Seniors event!

Feliz Navidad (Merry Christmas)! A while back (on December 14, 2013), I went to a local senior living community. I am a member of the Student Voice Senior Friends Crew at my middle school and we had an event there from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM called “Stockings for Seniors”. We filled stockings inside the […]

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Beautiful Foliage at The 1761 Old Mill Restaurant

Hey people! Yesterday, I went to Westminster to check out an antique restaurant and pub called The 1761 Old Mill! There was a small waterfall there and a whole flock of ducks were swimming on top of it. I couldn’t believe the colors of the foliage there. It was like somebody had painted each leaf […]

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A fun place to explore life as a Navy officer!

Greetings people! Recently I went to Battleship Cove. There were gigantic warships with shining weapons and cool interiors. We had entered a treasure hunt for finding stuffed mice in the exhibits at the battleship USS Massachusetts. There was interesting stuff such as humongous radar equipment, models of different ships, and huge machinery. There was also […]

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