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A workshop in cast making led by Orthopedic Clinic technician Daniel Balverde with young students (from left): Reese Deprez, 8, Ella Russell, 10,  and Lauren Anderson, 10. The Wellness Institute summer day camp for kids 8-12 are getting a hands-on experience with healthcare at Seven Oaks General Hospital this week.

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A workshop in cast making led by Orthopedic Clinic technician Daniel Balverde with young students (from left): Reese Deprez, 8, Ella Russell, 10, and Lauren Anderson, 10. The Wellness Institute summer day camp for kids 8-12 are getting a hands-on experience with healthcare at Seven Oaks General Hospital this week.

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