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Sci-Tech Times – July 31

Sci-Tech Times

July 31st, 2014

Today’s meals:

Breakfast: Scrambled & Hard Cooked Eggs, Breakfast Fries, Pancakes, Turkey Bacon

Lunch: Fried Fish Fillet, Farfalle with Sundried Tomato Pesto, Steamed Broccoli, Corn

Dinner: The Governor’s Chicken, Tofu and Broccoli in Garlic Sauce, Roasted Carrots, Steamed Peas


Sports Scores:

Rangers def. Yankees 3-2

Mets def. Phillies 11-2

Blue Jays def. Red Sox 6-1



B’nei Mitzvah Tutoring



Improv, Climbing Wall, Gaga, Basketball, Dance


Question of the day:

Sakranut: If you could as God one question, what would it be???


Jewish Scientist of the day:

Dahlia Greidinger was an Israeli scientist who helped develop the country’s chemical industry. In 1951, Greidinger became a teaching and research assistant at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology where she became the holder of several patents, among them a patent on controlled release particulate fertilizer composition.


Great Israel Discovery of the day:

Golden Hamster: First domesticated for pet use by a Hebrew University of Jerusalem zoologist in 1930.


Joke of the day:

Q: What did the nuclear physicist have for lunch?

A: Fission Chips


Author: urjyouth

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