This article was published in the Lenoir News-Topic.
Look just about anywhere in the county lately, and you might see a souped-up soapbox car.
At First United Methodist Church in Lenoir, it’s in the basement, surrounded by uniformed Boy Scouts working on their engineering merit badges.
At Collettsville School, it’s flying down the sidewalk, with eighth-grader Chelsy Isenhour in the driver’s seat.
At Hudson Middle School, there are two of them, lofted on classroom countertops. Continue reading