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Swikar Patel | The Journal Gazette
Canterbury Lower School third-graders Sophie Shugart, front, and Mia Terrill, right, play the math game Shut the Box with Roger Brackeen on Thursday morning at Wellspring Interfaith Social Services on Broadway. Wellspring and the school use the common game played by both age groups to bridge the communication gap between children and seniors.

Shutting the box, but opening channels

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