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On Wednesday afternoon, September 26th Mr. Henry Bink and several of his grade 7 and 8 class were invited to Twin Oaks Nursing home next door to the school.

Ian Gallagher trying out the walker

This is Katie Kemp Activity Director at Twin Oaks with Emma Vaughn-Orr

The nursing staff at the Nursing Home had to react like they would if there was a catastrophe and they would have to move the residents quickly – whether the residents  were confined to a bed, in a wheel chair or using a walker.  This is where the students come in.  They were asked to pretend they were the residents.

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