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Students attend ‘Hutch high’

Arlington Christian School students Song Park, left, and Samantha Hall, middle right, along with their teacher Kathye Boedine, right, talk with Hutch High instructor Carolyn Hutter about extracting DNA from strawberries on Nov. 5. The students recently took part in Hutch High, a series of microbiology classes, at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. - Courtesy photo
Arlington Christian School students Song Park, left, and Samantha Hall, middle right, along with their teacher Kathye Boedine, right, talk with Hutch High instructor Carolyn Hutter about extracting DNA from strawberries on Nov. 5. The students recently took part in Hutch High, a series of microbiology classes, at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.
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