'Pop-up museum' offers look at Hanford Reach

By the Tri-City HeraldApril 20, 2013 

RICHLAND -- The Hanford Reach Interpretive Center's "pop-up museum" exhibit at the Richland Public Library continues today.

It features student-designed school projects based on themes of the Reach, including metal animal sculptures by students at Kamiakin High School in Kennewick.

The exhibit also includes entries from the Reach's "Postcards from the Reach" student photography contest.

The six finalists are Alexis Day, Davis Wintle, Devin Anastasia Bland, Hailey Cross, Peyton Minton-Valley and Benjamin Duenas.

They each received $50 scholarships during an education gala Friday sponsored by Washington River Protection Solutions.

The library is at 955 Northgate Drive.

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