Powerhouse Science Center revving up a year after closure

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Powerhouse Science Center revving up a year after closure

Durango science center closed suddenly one year ago
Sarah Margoles, education director at the Powerhouse Science Center, teaches children Monday how to make robots that are powered by a AA battery. The science center closed abruptly May 9, 2015, but has since reopened with a scaled-down staff.
Sarah Margoles leads a science class of home-schooled children from Aztec, Bloomfield and Farmington on Monday at the Powerhouse Science Center, which abruptly closed one year ago for financial reasons.
The Powerhouse Science Center closed abruptly on May 9, 2015, as a result of over-optimistic fundraising projections, a steep decline in grants and a staff that had grown too large. The center reopened after almost four months.

Powerhouse Science Center revving up a year after closure

Sarah Margoles, education director at the Powerhouse Science Center, teaches children Monday how to make robots that are powered by a AA battery. The science center closed abruptly May 9, 2015, but has since reopened with a scaled-down staff.
Sarah Margoles leads a science class of home-schooled children from Aztec, Bloomfield and Farmington on Monday at the Powerhouse Science Center, which abruptly closed one year ago for financial reasons.
The Powerhouse Science Center closed abruptly on May 9, 2015, as a result of over-optimistic fundraising projections, a steep decline in grants and a staff that had grown too large. The center reopened after almost four months.
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