Under a roomful of watchful eyes belonging to state delegates, biopharmaceutical workers and college leaders, 11-year-old Dahlia Kaza carefully positioned a marble on a track she’d built. After days of practicing a series of chain reactions involving dominoes, ping-pong balls, toy cars and fishing line, Dahlia — a student in Frederick Community College’s Kids on Campus program — was hoping to perfect her Rube Goldberg machine. It’s finicky work, she said, trying to make one marble ultimately responsible for dumping a box of candy into a bowl.
State officials, FCC leadership celebrate grant for Kids on Campus program
August 16, 2021