The Apollo Society

Science Fair Award

is presented to

Craig T. Nishina
Waiakea High School

in honor of his
40th Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair project:

"A Plant Growth Concept for Outer Space & Earth"

which contributes to the mission of The Apollo Society:

"to advance space exploration and establish human communities beyond Earth."

Presented at the 40th Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair awards ceremony, April 2, 1997:

For his efforts which contribute to the mission of The Apollo Society, Craig Nishina received The Apollo Society Science Fair Award certificate, a gift of $25.00, a map of the Moon and complementary Mercury membership in The Apollo Society.

For the support and encouragement provided to our award recipient, The Apollo Society donated a map of the solar system to Waiakea High School as an educatonal resource for Craig's fellow students.

For supporting and encouraging achievement by students of Hawaii's public schools through sponsoring and organizing the Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair, The Apollo Society presented to the Hawaii Academy of Science a space-shuttle photograph of the Hawaiian islands from space.

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