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Photos: Concord School Boards gets demonstration of timed cup stacking 

  • Christopher Renaud demonstrates timed cup stacking for the Concord School Board; Monday, January 7, 2012. Renaud was joined by  other members of the Beaver Meadow Elementary School Cup Stacking Club to showcase their skills at the school board meeting. Renaut has been cup stacking for 3 years, he learned it from his neighbor, Jim Kinhan, who started the cup stacking club at Beaver Meadow 7 years ago. The world record for cup stacking is 5.68 seconds, Renaud's personal record is 14 seconds.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

    Christopher Renaud demonstrates timed cup stacking for the Concord School Board; Monday, January 7, 2012. Renaud was joined by other members of the Beaver Meadow Elementary School Cup Stacking Club to showcase their skills at the school board meeting. Renaut has been cup stacking for 3 years, he learned it from his neighbor, Jim Kinhan, who started the cup stacking club at Beaver Meadow 7 years ago. The world record for cup stacking is 5.68 seconds, Renaud's personal record is 14 seconds.

    (SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

  • Courtney Renaud, 6, holds her cups before taking part in the Beaver Meadow Elementary School Cup Stacking Club's demonstration for the Concord School Board; Monday, January 7, 2013. The club is for third through fifth graders but founder Jim Kinhan makes exceptions for students like Renaud, who have older siblings in the club.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

    Courtney Renaud, 6, holds her cups before taking part in the Beaver Meadow Elementary School Cup Stacking Club's demonstration for the Concord School Board; Monday, January 7, 2013. The club is for third through fifth graders but founder Jim Kinhan makes exceptions for students like Renaud, who have older siblings in the club.

    (SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

  • Christopher Renaud demonstrates timed cup stacking for the Concord School Board; Monday, January 7, 2012. Renaud was joined by  other members of the Beaver Meadow Elementary School Cup Stacking Club to showcase their skills at the school board meeting. Renaut has been cup stacking for 3 years, he learned it from his neighbor, Jim Kinhan, who started the cup stacking club at Beaver Meadow 7 years ago. The world record for cup stacking is 5.68 seconds, Renaud's personal record is 14 seconds.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)
  • Courtney Renaud, 6, holds her cups before taking part in the Beaver Meadow Elementary School Cup Stacking Club's demonstration for the Concord School Board; Monday, January 7, 2013. The club is for third through fifth graders but founder Jim Kinhan makes exceptions for students like Renaud, who have older siblings in the club.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

Christopher Renaud (first photo) and Courtney Renaud (second photo) were joined by other members of the Beaver Meadow Elementary School Cup Stacking Club to showcase their skills at the school board meeting. Renaud has been cup stacking for 3 years, he learned it from his neighbor, Jim Kinhan, who started the cup stacking club at Beaver Meadow 7 years ago. The world record for cup stacking is 5.68 seconds, Renaud's personal record is 14 seconds.

A previous versions of this story misspelled Christopher and Courtney Renaud's last name and misstated the world record for cup stacking.

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