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Pi Day at Journey

Pi champions - Submitted
Pi champions
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On Friday, March 14, Journey held its annual Pi Day. Andrew Rodd, centre, won the contest and his place in Journey history by accurately memorizing 1016 digits of Pi. Lilie Vincent placed second memorizing 84 digits and Alison Davis-Lecinana placed third with 78 digits. Quite an impressive feat all around as most of us only know Pi as 3.14, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.”

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