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Apr 3, 2017 12:54 PM

2 of NH's favorite, pint-sized inventors, who impressed Jimmy Fallon, win big at convention


MANCHESTER - Two local kid celebrities, who recently showcased their invention, The Amazing Curb Climber, on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, both entered their latest inventions at a regional inventor's competition this past weekend.

Sadie McCallum, 10, of Weare who lives with Cerebral Palsy, created the Walker Wheeler, a wheelchair/walker in one. Her younger sister Claire McCallum, 6, invented Ache Armor, to help with pain associated with growing bones. Both girls won for their inventions; Sadie won first place in the medical category while Claire won first in the useful/practical category.

More than 200 New Hampshire and Massachusetts students in grades K-12 from 48 schools gathered Sunday at Southern New Hampshire University for the 31st Annual Young Inventors' Program Regional.

The event, organized by the Academy of Applied Science, aims at engaging classrooms in discovery, invention and creativity, according to the program director, Nicole Bellabona MacMillian.

"Through hands-on learning, these students apply classroom lessons in math, science and other subjects to meaningful problem solving," Bellabona MacMillian said.

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