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Toys donated to special needs children


February 20. 2013 12:58AM
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Senior students in Johnson College's Biomedical Equipment Technology Program recently donated toys to children at St. Joseph's Center in Scranton. Students visited the center to drop off a number of different toys and two special toys which were modified for special needs children. A number of senior students rewired a talking doll and a walking dinosaur so that the controls would be easier for handicapped children to activate. At the center, from left, first row, are Tiler Thompson and Fancy Wideman, St. Joseph's Center. Second row: Doug Hampton, chairperson, Biomedical Equipment Technology Program; Kelly Flanagan, St. Joseph's Center; and Joseph Trescavage Jr. and Jason Wallick, students, Biomedical Equipment Technology Program.




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