Vectren energy safety education at Christian Academy


Caleb Immel, left, 10, son of Clissie Immel, and Lilly Markovitz, 9, both of Sidney, daughter of Benjamin and Christina Markovitz, react after smelling a scratch and sniff piece of paper that smells like the chemical mercaptan in their Christian Academy Schools classroom Friday, Oct 2. The exercise was part of a fourth-grade energy safety education program by Vectren. Mercaptan is added to natural gas which in normally odorless so that people can detect it during a leak. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Caleb Immel, left, 10, son of Clissie Immel, and Lilly Markovitz, 9, both of Sidney, daughter of Benjamin and Christina Markovitz, react after smelling a scratch and sniff piece of paper that smells like the chemical mercaptan in their Christian Academy Schools classroom Friday, Oct 2. The exercise was part of a fourth-grade energy safety education program by Vectren. Mercaptan is added to natural gas which in normally odorless so that people can detect it during a leak. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Caleb Immel, left, 10, son of Clissie Immel, and Lilly Markovitz, 9, both of Sidney, daughter of Benjamin and Christina Markovitz, react after smelling a scratch and sniff piece of paper that smells like the chemical mercaptan in their Christian Academy Schools classroom Friday, Oct 2. The exercise was part of a fourth-grade energy safety education program by Vectren. Mercaptan is added to natural gas which in normally odorless so that people can detect it during a leak. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Caleb Immel, left, 10, son of Clissie Immel, and Lilly Markovitz, 9, both of Sidney, daughter of Benjamin and Christina Markovitz, react after smelling a scratch and sniff piece of paper that smells like the chemical mercaptan in their Christian Academy Schools classroom Friday, Oct 2. The exercise was part of a fourth-grade energy safety education program by Vectren. Mercaptan is added to natural gas which in normally odorless so that people can detect it during a leak. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN100215Vectren.jpgCaleb Immel, left, 10, son of Clissie Immel, and Lilly Markovitz, 9, both of Sidney, daughter of Benjamin and Christina Markovitz, react after smelling a scratch and sniff piece of paper that smells like the chemical mercaptan in their Christian Academy Schools classroom Friday, Oct 2. The exercise was part of a fourth-grade energy safety education program by Vectren. Mercaptan is added to natural gas which in normally odorless so that people can detect it during a leak. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News