Golf League Forming for 2019 Season; Interested Golfers Meet March 14
The Jefferson Lab Golf League is getting ready for its 2019 season. The league is open to all current staff, retirees, users, and their family members. All levels of play and weekly availability are welcomed. The league typically fields eight teams in a weekly 4-on-4 match play format. The season runs from early April through late September.
The 2019 organizational meeting will be held on Thursday, March 14, from noon-1:00 p.m. in CEBAF Center room F113. You may register to participate in the 2019 Jefferson Lab Golf League here.
Individuals interested in joining the league may subscribe to the Golf League email list: firstname.lastname@example.org. To subscribe to the list, copy and paste this link into your browser and follow the steps to subscribe.
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Rachel Carson Middle School of Herndon placed first among 19 teams who competed at the 2019 Virginia Regional Science Bowl Competition at Jefferson Lab on Saturday, March 2.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA -- The team from Rachel Carson Middle School rose to the top of a crowded field to take home the first-place trophy at the 2019 Virginia Regional Middle School Science Bowl. Longfellow Middle School, Edlin School and Poplar Tree Elementary School placed second, third and fourth, respectively. The competition was held at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility on March 2.
“All of the students represented their schools well this year, and we had a strong but friendly competition for the top spots,” said Steve Gagnon, a Jefferson Lab Science Education staff member and the lead organizer of th...