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12th Annual Edible Car Contest - record 51 teams participated!

March 5, 2010

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1st Place Winners - Team # 34, The Education Center, Little Elm

ECC 2010 1st Place Team

Team Members:  Alexia White, Michael Reddick, Jason Stevens, Gloria Sarmiento

ECC 2010 1st Place Car

Car made from: fondant


2nd Place Winners - Team # 26, Tolar High School, Tolar

ECC 2010 2nd Place Team

Team Members:  Miles Thetford, Tyler Petty, Erica Bell, Adrianna Duncan

ECC 2010 2nd Place Car

Car made from: frosting and noodles


3rd Place Winners - Team #1, Vernon Schrade Middle School, Garland

ECC 2010 3rd Place Team

Team Members:  Karen Chronister, Zachary Graves, Annalis LaDoux, Sydni Holmes

ECC 2010 3rd Place Team

Car made from: rice krispies, rice cakes


Best Theme - Team #37, The Education Center, Little Elm

ECC 2010 Best Theme

Team Members:  Thomas White, Trevor Freeman, Hailey Dotson, Megan Dalton

ECC 2010 Best Theme Car


Best Accessories - Team #8, Rio Vista Science Club, Rio Vista

ECC 2010 Best Accessories Team

Team Members:  David Nichols, Kimberly Whitaker, Charles Ames, Karisma Castillo

ECC 2010 Best Accessories Car


Most Unique Use of Materials - Team #46, Woodrow Wilson High School, Dallas

ECC 2010 Most Unique Materials Team

Team Members:  Diana Aguirre, Nicolette Cueto, Moises Lopes, Bruce Lara

ECC 2010 Most Unique Materials Car

 


 

Edible Car Contest 2010
Edible Car Contest 2010   

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