Science with a lime volcano twist

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  • Timber Parker, 3, investigates his “lime volcano” of baking soda, food coloring and dish soap Tuesday at J Neils Park during a Libby Friends of the Library “science for preschoolers” event on Monday. (Elka Wood/The Western News)

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  • Timber Parker, 3, investigates his “lime volcano” of baking soda, food coloring and dish soap Tuesday at J Neils Park during a Libby Friends of the Library “science for preschoolers” event on Monday. (Elka Wood/The Western News)

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