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Rolling at the Invention Convention at Jennings

Published June 13. 2013 4:00AM
Tim Cook/The Day
C.B. Jennings Elementary School third-grader Damaryz Martinez, 8, center, rolls a giant die for her next move as Martinez and Akua Bandele-Asante, 9, right, play a round of "Monopdy," a full-size board game designed by Jenning School fifth-grader Arianna Burdick, 10, right, during the fifth grade's Invention Convention Wednesday at the school in New London.

C.B. Jennings Elementary School third-grader Damaryz Martinez, 8, center, rolls a giant die for her next move as Martinez and Akua Bandele-Asante, 9, right, play a round of "Monopdy," a full-size board game designed by Jenning School fifth-grader Arianna Burdick, 10, right, during the fifth grade's Invention Convention Wednesday at the school in New London.

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