Northside students treated to magic show with message

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

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Westside Eagle Observer/MIKE ECKELS Scott Davis puts a pair of handkerchiefs together with the help of assistant Brooklyn Thompson (right) and apprentice Anthony Sanchez (left) during the "Making Accidents Disappear" magic show at Northside Elementary School in Decatur Aug. 30. Davis talked to the Northside students about electrical safety.

Westside Eagle Observer/MIKE ECKELS Scott Davis puts a pair of handkerchiefs together with the help of assistant Brooklyn Thompson (right) and apprentice Anthony Sanchez (left) during the "Making Accidents Disappear" magic show at Northside Elementary School in Decatur Aug. 30. Davis talked to the Northside students about electrical safety.

DECATUR -- Say the magic word and, PUFF, the magic wand disappears within the pages of a rolled up newspaper. This is what students from Northside Elementary School encountered during a magic show in Decatur Aug. 30. But the assembly in the school cafeteria was more than just a mere magic show; it carried a message about electrical safety.


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