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(Courtesy Photo)

From left, Raylee Tutak, Ashton Letcher, Bob O’Brien, vice president and refinery manager for Navajo Refining, and Michael Quinones pose for a photo as the students receive a check from HollyFrontier. The three sixth-grade students have been nominated to attend the Pathways to STEM Camp at the University of Texas in Dallas in July. HollyFrontier and Navajo sponsor students for the five-day residential camp each year. This year’s theme is “Explore the Frontiers of Science and Technology with a Mission to Mars.”