More than 660 children go to 'work' at PNNL

April 21, 2014 

PNNL Daughters and Sons to Work

Siblings Kayla, 12, and Kyle, 9, Peterson of Richland watch Monday as fishery research scientist Katie Deters inserts a tag into a fish during a tour of the Aquatic Research Laboratory at PNNL. The tour was part of the annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day that offered several activities and events for over 660 staff memberÕs children that participated.

SARAH GORDON — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Siblings Kayla, 12, and Kyle, 9, Peterson of Richland watch as fishery research scientist Katie Deters inserts a tag into a fish on Monday morning during a tour of the Aquatic Research Laboratory at PNNL.

The tour was part of the annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day that offered several activities and events for more than 660 staff members' children who participated.

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