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Highest Rankings for EXPERIMENT Challenge

PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 1:08 am
by Deb Porter
TOP 20 - EXPERIMENT CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries: 76 )

1 An Experimental Experience by Danielle King
2 Test Me by Loren Thomas
3 Trials of a Cosmic Guinea Pig by Nancy Bucca
4 The Truth about Chocolate by Melanie Kerr
5 A "Frankenstein's Monster" Spirit? by Helen Curtis
6 The Scientist's Wife by Yvonne Blake
7 Happiness 101 by Geoffrey Johnstone
8 Empty by Linda Goergen
9 Covert Desert by Jody Day
10 Experimentation by Benjamin Graber
11 Joe's Proposal by Allen Povenmire
12 The Test by Ruth Thoutenhoofd
13 The Great Misadventure by Cheryl von Drehle
Tied for 14th
Aileen's Test by Beth Muehlhausen
Culinary Perfection by Kara Dunham
Patience Tested by Lillian Rhoades
Tied for 15th
Jealousy Wins (And Everyone Loses) by Wilma Schlegel
Seventh Grade Panic by Frances Judge
16 An Hypothesis Considered by Jim McWhinnie
17 R-E-S-P-E-C-T by Cynthia Carter
Tied for 18th
It's Never Been Done by Tracy Nunes
Journal Talk by Joy Chitsey
Tied for 19th
Shy Boy by Jennifer Suchey
Re-Do! by Allison Egley
20 Door A or B? by CD Swanson


TOP 9 LEVEL 1 - EXPERIMENT CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries for Level One: 19 )

1 Fatoumata, God, and Me by Dannie Hawley
2 Dew and Fleece by Sharon Eastman
3 It Hurts that Much to Give it All by Tee Rice
4 The Sailor and the Lady by Darlene Edmondson
5 The Christian Experiment by George McVey
6 The Least of These by Kim Franklin
7 What You See is What You Get by Jennifer Porter
8 Keep Serving by Gail Burks
9 Menthol or Regular by Susan Chappetta


TOP 7 LEVEL 2 - EXPERIMENT CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries for Level Two: 14 )

1 Happiness 101 by Geoffrey Johnstone
2 Joe's Proposal by Allen Povenmire
3 Culinary Perfection by Kara Dunham
4 R-E-S-P-E-C-T by Cynthia Carter
5 Journal Talk by Joy Chitsey
6 Major's Wagers by Daniel Venzke
7 Create a World by Martha Black


TOP 12 LEVEL 3 - EXPERIMENT CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries for Level Three: 23 )

1 Jealousy Wins (And Everyone Loses) by Wilma Schlegel
2 Door A or B? by CD Swanson
3 The Walk by Clyde Blakely
4 The Crummy Yummy Experiment by Annie Keys
5 Drawing a Line by Rosamund Bunney
6 Do Not Try This At Home--Or Anywhere Else! by Noel Mitaxa
7 Call His Name by Hiram Claudio
8 My Mother, My Child by Leola Ogle
9 Wizz, Bang, Boom! by Lizzy Gardner
10 The Many Moods of a Holy God by Lisa Fowler
11 The Big Stink of 2009 by Theresa Santy
12 Falling Like Flies by Kathy Stevens


TOP 10 LEVEL 4 - OUTLANDISH CHALLENGE
(Total number of Entries for Level Four: 20 )

1 An Experimental Experience by Danielle King
2 Test Me by Loren Thomas
3 Trials of a Cosmic Guinea Pig by Nancy Bucca
4 The Truth about Chocolate by Melanie Kerr
5 A "Frankenstein's Monster" Spirit? by Helen Curtis
6 The Scientist's Wife by Yvonne Blake
7 Empty by Linda Goergen
8 Covert Desert by Jody Day
9 Experimentation by Benjamin Graber
10 The Test by Ruth Thoutenhoofd

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Re: Highest Rankings for EXPERIMENT Challenge

PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 5:40 am
by meljkerr
Well done, everyone.

Mel

Re: Highest Rankings for EXPERIMENT Challenge

PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:06 am
by itsjoanne
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Re: Highest Rankings for EXPERIMENT Challenge

PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:29 pm
by oursilverstrands
Thanks, Joanne

I so appreciate your ministry of "cheers." Since my inspiration is at an all time low, you and Shann (and others) breathe encouragement with every remark or comment.

So, let me do the same. :D CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL WHO MADE THE LIST and a word of encourgement to those who didn't. Hang in there! :thumbs

Lillian :typing2

Re: Highest Rankings for EXPERIMENT Challenge

PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 5:04 pm
by Allison
Um..... WOW. I wasn't expecting this one to place at ALL! Who knew a high school science fair experiment turned story could do that well? :)