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Youth experience 'Art for Health'

11:47 AM, May 23, 2013
Artisan jeweler Jessa Hilbert helped Algoma Elementary School students make pendants during an Art for Health session earlier this month.
Artisan jeweler Jessa Hilbert helped Algoma Elementary School students make pendants during an Art for Health session earlier this month.
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Students at Algoma Elementary School are putting their minds to creative work with the goal of improving their health. The effort is the first-ever school-based delivery of Ministry Door County Medical Center's (MDCMC) Art for Health program, a creative approach to health education for youth using visual and performing arts.

Art for Health is in its seventh year of programming and has served more than 2,500 children in Door County. Now the program has been introduced to Kewaunee County.

"It is nice to finally take this program out and replicate it outside the hospital," said Matt Luders, ...

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