Women’s History Month starts with imagination

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Women’s History Month starts with imagination

Talk about lighting up a room! Stephanie Paine enjoys an exhibit at the Durango Discovery Museum after a Pub Science lecture by Dr. Michelle Hemingway that kicked off Women’s History Month.
“We were producing more electricity in 1910 than all of New York City,” said Danielle Ghear after giving a tour of the Durango Discovery Museum to some members of the Women’s Resource Center on Friday evening after a Pub Science lecture by Dr. Michelle Hemingway called “Are Men Really from Mars and Women from Venus?”

Women’s History Month starts with imagination

Talk about lighting up a room! Stephanie Paine enjoys an exhibit at the Durango Discovery Museum after a Pub Science lecture by Dr. Michelle Hemingway that kicked off Women’s History Month.
“We were producing more electricity in 1910 than all of New York City,” said Danielle Ghear after giving a tour of the Durango Discovery Museum to some members of the Women’s Resource Center on Friday evening after a Pub Science lecture by Dr. Michelle Hemingway called “Are Men Really from Mars and Women from Venus?”
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