Ceres High’s Karelly Barajas, left, and Amber Rose  hang light bulbs traded for high-efficiency LEDs on a tree sculpture. Their team won scholarships with its “Bright Way to Switch” project.
Ceres High’s Karelly Barajas, left, and Amber Rose hang light bulbs traded for high-efficiency LEDs on a tree sculpture. Their team won scholarships with its “Bright Way to Switch” project. naustin@modbee.com
Ceres High’s Karelly Barajas, left, and Amber Rose hang light bulbs traded for high-efficiency LEDs on a tree sculpture. Their team won scholarships with its “Bright Way to Switch” project. naustin@modbee.com

Bright ideas win praise and scholarships for Ceres High manufacturing students

April 25, 2014 07:04 PM

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