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Destination Imagination Performances This Sunday @ Middle School

by Paul Saulnier
January 26, 2017

Destination Imagination is a not-for-profit organization that teaches students of all ages creative problem-solving through innovative challenges and competitions. Every year, hundreds of elementary, middle-school and high school teams from across Massachusetts compete in regional tournaments, then MADI State Finals, vying for the right to represent the Bay State at Globals.

Above, left to right, are Chloe Londonoaye, Jeffrey Meyers, Tim Strang and Tim Perlmutter. Their team will be competing as the Grey/Red Team, along with James Crews and Addie Rayman, not pictured. Heartbeat of Holliston will feature ths team in an upcoming episode.

The event is from 1-3 PM at the MIddle School.  They will be showing videos submitted from anyone for judging by three judges; two professional filmmakers: Raouf Zaki, AD Calvo and a student, Nolan Murphy.  There will be prizes for the top three videos and also an audience choice.

 

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