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January 6th, 2005
Sixteen-year-old Carrie Crews feels confident that when her education is completed, she will be able to remain in Danville and find work.
A student at the Piedmont Governorís School for Mathematics, Science and Technology and an 11th-grader at Langston Global Village, Crews was one of the 132 Governorís School students from the Danville and Henry County sites and a dozen instructors and school administrators who attended Luna Innovationís nanotechnology presentation at the Institute for Advanced Learning & Research on Wednesday.
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