Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Lakeview elementary hosts its annual egg drop

Local students attempt to protect an egg from a 60-foot drop on June 5.

  • Monday, June 18, 2018 2:09pm
  • Life

Students in kindergarden through fifth grade at Lakeview Elementary School in Kirkland participated in the school’s annual egg drop event.

The event took place on June 5, when the Kirkland Fire Department brought in their ladder truck to drop the eggs from 60 feet in the air.

Photos courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC.

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

Photo courtesy of Ryan Douthit, MediaSpigot LLC

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