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Coach Manuela Stegmann helps four-year-old Maika Plato with her skills on the bars during the Flip-a-saurs program at Springers Gymnastics Aventures in the Cannery. The supervised sessions help children develop basic movement and co-ordination through fun activities. - Mark Brett/Western News Photo Illustruation
Coach Manuela Stegmann helps four-year-old Maika Plato with her skills on the bars during the Flip-a-saurs program at Springers Gymnastics Aventures in the Cannery. The supervised sessions help children develop basic movement and co-ordination through fun activities.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News Photo Illustruation
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