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DAILY LEADER / RACHEL EIDE / As Tahlasja Coleman, 6, (from left) watches intently, Jeremiah Everett, 8, performs "surgery" on the "patient" in the Operation Game at the King's Daughters Medical Center booth at the Lincoln County Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society Friday evening in Exchange Club Park. The game was built by Christopher Halley of Halley Construction and drawn and painted by University Medical Center nursing graduate Karlee Rushing.
DAILY LEADER / RACHEL EIDE / As Tahlasja Coleman, 6, (from left) watches intently, Jeremiah Everett, 8, performs "surgery" on the "patient" in the Operation Game at the King's Daughters Medical Center booth at the Lincoln County Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society Friday evening in Exchange Club Park. The game was built by Christopher Halley of Halley Construction and drawn and painted by University Medical Center nursing graduate Karlee Rushing.

Relay For Life Games

Published 10:00am Sunday, May 4, 2014
Chris Stanley (right) of King's Daughters Medical Center assists Mattie Leggett, 4, with the Operation Game.
Chris Stanley (right) of King’s Daughters Medical Center assists Mattie Leggett, 4, (center) with the Operation Game.
Tahlasja Coleman "operates" on the "patient" as Kathy Sanders (from second from left), Anita Easterling (In pink in back) and KDMC's Margaret McDaniel look on.
Tahlasja Coleman “operates” on the “patient” as Kathy Sanders (from second from left), Anita Easterling (In pink in back) and KDMC’s Margaret McDaniel look on.

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