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J)AGE A2 - HdGANSVILI HOME NEWS - JUNE 29, 2000 Students Challenged By Medical Voyage Continued From Page 1A the hands-on simulated medical voyage," he added. The Voyager Enrichment Camp also treats the students like medical students. During the camp, which began June 19 and ends tomor- row, the students have made "casts," learned about the human body, made an ambulance tour, took a field trip and learned many medical techniques, Korytoski said. Taking part were kids in grades kindergarten through fifth. Marcia Ferri taught the kindergarten and first grades while Kathy Hutto was the "med- ical technician" for the second and third grades. Peggy Pulver was the crew .:f Bryan Ctcrl Staff LOOKING ON - Marcia Ferri (sitting) shows the kindergarten and first graders pictures of the different "medical tools" used in the hospital while administrator Jim Korytoski looks on. chief for the fourth and fifth grades. The students who participat- ed in the program include Keondra Cameron, Johnny Castillo, Tiffany Cortney, Donteoius Daniel, Christopher Dire, Drew Flory, Jessica Fountain, Kimberly Nolan, Derrious Rhodes, Shelby Stephen, Marquis Terrell, Kearson Brow, Iuis Branesky, Rashad Cochran, Marquavius Chelsy, Bobby Brown, Nick Sinns, Shaquille Schexnauder, Adam Lee, Danny Lee, Tiffany Tucker, Jonathan Engel, Isael Casstillo, Cornelius Reeves, Matthew Davis, Ashley Singleton, Courtney Dire, Hector Castillo, Natalie Brown, Josh Davis, Keegan Montgomery, Jessica Reeves, Kendrell Ringer, Chris Singleton, Jessica Smith, Kenny Ringer and Teresa Watson. Other sites joining Hogausvflle Elementary in the enrichment camp are Gardner Newman Middle School, Unity Elementary and West Point Elementary. RESTING COMFORTABLY - The second and third grades students take a 'break' after pleting surgery during an afternoon class. Pictured above with program Korytoski(back-I) and teacher Kathy Hutto (back-r) are Rashad Cochran, marquavius Bobby Brown, Nick Sinns, Shaquille Schexnauder, Adam Lee, Danny Lee CAST The second  third grade dents learnin( nique of "arm casts" ing the voyage Students "casts" Jonathan Isael Cornel Reeves, Davis, Singleton Courtney Headquartered in Southfield, Michigan Federal-Mogul Corporation is a $7 billion automotive parts manufacturer providing innovative solutions and systems to global customers in the automotive, light truck, heavy-du farm and industrial markets. The company was founded in 1899. For more information on Federal-Mogul visit the company's web site at h_. ttp :lAwvw. federal-moguL com. UTILITY-AUDITOR/ASSEMBLER Due to continuing expansion of our high-tech, modern, air-conditioned facility, Federal-Mogul Powertrain Systems, LaGrange, GA manufacturing facility is seeking qualified applicants for Utility Person positions. 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