From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"Annalise Kane, 12, joked with her parents while she sutured digital tendons in hip surgery Saturday.
“It’s fun,” she said, of the computer program, set up in a Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School medical classroom.
Mock surgery was one of dozens of career-oriented activities in which visitors to the high school could participate Saturday, during the school’s Showcase Spectacular.
“It gets the younger kids more interested in coming to a place like this, rather than a (traditional) high school,” dental assisting student Lauryn Blye said."
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