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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM KING’S CHRISTIAN SCHOOL TAKE A TRIP BACK TO THE FUTURE WITH SENIORS AT SPRING HILLS CHERRY HILL ASSISTED LIVING

Daniel Meacham, 17 from Mt Laurel and on the left, is helping Audrey Hisckish with her collage. Next to Audrey, Phyllis Eardley, Donald Koontz and Frank Szymkowski, US Navy look through the magazines to create their own collage.
Daniel Meacham, 17 from Mt Laurel and on the left, is helping Audrey Hisckish with her collage. Next to Audrey, Phyllis Eardley, Donald Koontz and Frank Szymkowski, US Navy look through the magazines to create their own collage.
Senior High School students from The King’s Christian School (TKCS) learned what life was like for the residents at Spring Hills Cherry Hill Assisted Living when they created collages from hundreds of old magazines like LIFE, Collier’s, The Saturday Evening Post, National Geographic and others from the 40s, 50s, 60s and early 70s. The residents and high school seniors talked about the images they cut out of the magazines and how they used them such as ads for old phones or manual typewriters – showing the difference in technology when the residents were the students’ age. 

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