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et a great rate
that follows the market.

Arianna and Rachel in their

performance costumes.

Mindful
Encounter

Using creativity
to find solutions.

C

alifornia girls with local
family roots competed in
the Odyssey of the Mind
World Finals last week at Michigan
State University.
Ninth-graders Ariana Weckstein
and Rachel Mazer, whose parents
and grandparents are from Metro
Detroit, are members of a success-
ful high school team located in
Alamo near San Francisco that won
in the regional and state competi-
tions this year.
The team placed fifth out of 55
entrants in the high school division
of the world competition. Their
problem, sponsored by NASA, was
titled 'Around the World in Eight
Minutes." The team, with mostly
the same members, now has gone
on to the world competition four
times, placing in the top 10 in is
division each year.
Odyssey of the Mind is a pro-
gram where teams of 5-7 students
compete theatrically to solve
complex problems creatively. Each
team works on its unique solu-
tion to the "long term" problem for
many months before competition
and simultaneously trains for spon-
taneous problem solving.
Ariana's parents are Lou
Weckstein and Karin Denevi. Her
uncle is Rabbi Elliot Pachter of
Congregation B'nai Moshe in West
Bloomfield. Rachel's parents are
Marc Mazer and Susan Talon-
Mazer. 7

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