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May 24, 2006

Thomasville-  A Thomas County High graduate is one of only 25 nationwide selected to participate in a prestigious science camp. Natasha Barbely qualified to attend the international Youth Science Leadership Institute this summer in West Virginia. Barbely said she screamed when she found out.

"I noticed, the Vice President of Lockheed Martin was going to be there, oh I was just so excited to hear that because that is a place I really want to work, Lockheed Martin and I think that would be such an honorable thing, just to meet him," said Natasha Barbely, 2006 Graduate Thomas Co. High School.

Natasha and the other students will arrive in Washington DC on July 11th and spend two weeks at the Foundation facility in West Virginia.

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