2009-06-04 / Local & State

Allied Health Class Visit Franklin Institute


Members of the Allied Health class from the Fulton County Area Vocational Technical School recently took a field trip to the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Students watched an iMax movie, "Wired to Win," which demonstrated how the nervous system helps athletes in competition. Students also participated in a show entitled "Body Breakdown" that showed what happens to the body after death and dissected sheep hearts. Pictured, back row, are the students and parents who attended: Margaret Akers, Joey Shore, Ashley Mellott, Alexis Knisely, Tiffany Diehl, Kasey Rose, Nikki Thomas, Kara Rose, Kaitlin Castle, Alberta Diehl and Grant Diehl; front row: Ashley Connatser, Destiny Stouffer, Soleil Babington, Bobby Babington, Olivia Rose, Katherin Berkstresser, Tasha Strait, and Christy Wahl. Missing from the picture is Haylee Mellott. Members of the Allied Health class from the Fulton County Area Vocational Technical School recently took a field trip to the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Students watched an iMax movie, "Wired to Win," which demonstrated how the nervous system helps athletes in competition. Students also participated in a show entitled "Body Breakdown" that showed what happens to the body after death and dissected sheep hearts. Pictured, back row, are the students and parents who attended: Margaret Akers, Joey Shore, Ashley Mellott, Alexis Knisely, Tiffany Diehl, Kasey Rose, Nikki Thomas, Kara Rose, Kaitlin Castle, Alberta Diehl and Grant Diehl; front row: Ashley Connatser, Destiny Stouffer, Soleil Babington, Bobby Babington, Olivia Rose, Katherin Berkstresser, Tasha Strait, and Christy Wahl. Missing from the picture is Haylee Mellott.

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