Amelia Day holds up her “Pressure Soccer Ball” invention at her home in Sumner. While the invention was originally intended as a soccer aid, Day soon discovered it can be used to help those in need of physical therapy. Her idea started in Nov. 2015 for a class science project and evolved into a prototype that she presented at Discovery Education’s 3M Young Scientist Challenge final event in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Amelia Day holds up her “Pressure Soccer Ball” invention at her home in Sumner. While the invention was originally intended as a soccer aid, Day soon discovered it can be used to help those in need of physical therapy. Her idea started in Nov. 2015 for a class science project and evolved into a prototype that she presented at Discovery Education’s 3M Young Scientist Challenge final event in St. Paul, Minnesota. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Amelia Day holds up her “Pressure Soccer Ball” invention at her home in Sumner. While the invention was originally intended as a soccer aid, Day soon discovered it can be used to help those in need of physical therapy. Her idea started in Nov. 2015 for a class science project and evolved into a prototype that she presented at Discovery Education’s 3M Young Scientist Challenge final event in St. Paul, Minnesota. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

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