Math Club Members, student volunteers lead

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Area youngsters find activities add up
to fun during Math Kids' Night at Trine

ANGOLA, Ind. – Area children correctly calculated an evening of fun when they attended the Math Kids' Night at Trine University.

For the third year, the Trine Math Club hosted the free event designed to pique interest in mathematics, a STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) field.

Trine Math Club members and Trine student volunteers led 115 students in making slime and playing games on Friday, Nov. 15. Prizes provided by area sponsors were given and children were treated to pizza.

Donations were also accepted for Big Brothers Big Sisters and the math club collected approximately $135.