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Imperfect penmanship

Alyse Kentrop, left, and Abbie Membery have their dexterity challenged by writing using the opposite hand they normally write with while viewing their efforts in a mirror to simulate motor skills impairment from brain injury during the Global Watch Fair hosted at Wellington Secondary School Wednesday. Close to 24 exhibitors dealing with social and environmental issues were invited by the school’s Global Watch Club to the fair.  - Chris Bush photo
Alyse Kentrop, left, and Abbie Membery have their dexterity challenged by writing using the opposite hand they normally write with while viewing their efforts in a mirror to simulate motor skills impairment from brain injury during the Global Watch Fair hosted at Wellington Secondary School Wednesday. Close to 24 exhibitors dealing with social and environmental issues were invited by the school’s Global Watch Club to the fair.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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