Madison Doyle, story and photos:
The Edmonson County High School Science Club hosted their annual Magic Show on Thursday, March 29, and Friday, March 30 in the high school auditorium. Members of the club took the stage to perform a series of different experiments, not only educated the audience in the science behind their experiments, but also put on great entertainment as well.
The science club came to existence last year, to “inspire the next generation and teach them that science is cool”, according to the club’s president, senior Mikayla Lindsey.
“We are very thankful for everyone that came out and supported us during the show. It’s an honor to be able to inspire the next generation of science lovers," said Paige Glass, science club member.
The club performed a total of five shows and said although they're exhausted from all of the hard work and practice, they enjoyed putting it on and would do it again, according to Lindsey. Members of the Science Club said they're happy to see improvements in the program and are thankful they were given this opportunity.
Lindsey also wanted to recognize several students for making the show successful. Paige Glass, Miranda Kennon, and Sam Steward were the backstage organizers and said “the show ran so smoothly because of them.” Kaleb Morgan was in charge of music and sound effects, who made the cues for every demonstration performed. Mr. and Mrs. Derek and Denise Stice were the “backbone of the whole show”, and were the sponsors of the program.