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Some children visiting Harbor Lakes in Bonita Bay on March 14 celebrated Pi Day by measuring the circumference of circles and dividing by their diameters to get a decimal approximation of Pi, 3.14. After doing the math, the kids at pie. Pictured from left to right are Sarah Hodgson, Andrew Hodgson, Benjamin Hodgson, Juliette Loor and Fernando Loor. Retired math teacher, Mary Schoenheider conducted the activity.

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Some children visiting Harbor Lakes in Bonita Bay on March 14 celebrated Pi Day by measuring the circumference of circles and dividing by their diameters to get a decimal approximation of Pi, 3.14. After doing the math, the kids at pie. Pictured from left to right are Sarah Hodgson, Andrew Hodgson, Benjamin Hodgson, Juliette Loor and Fernando Loor. Retired math teacher, Mary Schoenheider conducted the activity.

Some children visiting Harbor Lakes in Bonita Bay on March 14 celebrated Pi Day by measuring the circumference of circles and dividing by their diameters to get a decimal approximation of Pi, 3.14. After doing the math, the kids at pie. Pictured from left to right are Sarah Hodgson, Andrew Hodgson, Benjamin Hodgson, Juliette Loor and Fernando Loor. Retired math teacher, Mary Schoenheider conducted the activity.

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Some children visiting Harbor Lakes in Bonita Bay on March 14 celebrated Pi Day by measuring the circumference of circles and dividing by their diameters to get a decimal approximation of Pi, 3.14. After doing the math, the kids at pie. Pictured from left to right are Sarah Hodgson, Andrew Hodgson, Benjamin Hodgson, Juliette Loor and Fernando Loor. Retired math teacher, Mary Schoenheider conducted the activity.

Some children visiting Harbor Lakes in Bonita Bay on March 14 celebrated Pi Day by measuring the circumference of circles and dividing by their diameters to get a decimal approximation of Pi, 3.14. After doing the math, the kids at pie. Pictured from left to right are Sarah Hodgson, Andrew Hodgson, Benjamin Hodgson, Juliette Loor and Fernando Loor. Retired math teacher, Mary Schoenheider conducted the activity.

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