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Noah Collins, 9, left, and Rhys Grevillie, 10, appear stumped as to why two remote controlled cars crashed into one another during the YMCA’s Thingamajig Invention Convention at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro, Md., on July 25.

Five-year-old Braden Lanier holds a model airplane that he designed for the YMCA’s Thingamajig Invention Convention. More than 4,000 young people participated in the event at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro, Md., on July 25.

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magination and creativity fueled the YMCA’s Thingamajic Invention Convention in Upper Marlboro, Md., on July 25. The event inspired a new generation of more than 4,000 Washington Metropolitan area youth to push the proverbial envelope and go for the Gold! /Photos by Khalid Naji-Allah

Each year, the YMCA’s Thingamajig Invention Convention draws thousands to the popular event.

Jeremy Gonzales, 9, configures a computer at the YMCA’s annual Thingamajig Invention Convention at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro, Md., on July 25.

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Donovan Johnson, 4, center, watches as his brother Connor, 7, designs his model airplane during the YMCA’s Thingamajig Invention Convention at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro, Md., on July 25.

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