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07/24/13 — Students head to local camp to work on ancient art of handwriting cursive

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Students head to local camp to work on ancient art of handwriting cursive

By Becky Barclay
Published in News on July 24, 2013 1:46 PM

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Occupational therapists Katina Holland, left, and Diana Soles help students Myah Ownes, left, and Lainey Forbey during the Scribblez Handwriting Camp at Wayne Memorial Hospital. The children were at the camp to learn how to make their messy handwriting neater, and how to write cursive.

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The hand of Lainey Forbey uses a pencil to slowly write words in cursive in her notebook.

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