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Exploring memory with school project

MBCI students connect with Bethania Care Home residents

(From left) Sarah Teakle, Julianna Chubenko, Katya Meehalchan and Emily Barnowich are Grade 11 students at Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute who recently built visitation kits for Bethania Care Home residents. The kits are designed to help improve cognitive memory among residents with Alzheimer's and dimentia. (SHELDON BIRNIE/CANSTAR/THE HERALD)

(From left) Sarah Teakle, Julianna Chubenko, Katya Meehalchan and Emily Barnowich are Grade 11 students at Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute who recently built visitation kits for Bethania Care Home residents. The kits are designed to help improve cognitive memory among residents with Alzheimer's and dimentia. (SHELDON BIRNIE/CANSTAR/THE HERALD)

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