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Swan Lake brings snakes to seniors

Oak Bay Lodge activity worker Siobhan Collins, left, reacts as a Ball Python starts crawling down her arm while day program client Shirley D
Oak Bay Lodge activity worker Siobhan Collins, left, reacts as a Ball Python starts crawling down her arm while day program client Shirley D'Estrube calmly touches the snake during a reptile presentation held at the lodge by Swan Lake program naturalists.
— image credit: Don Denton/News staff

Oak Bay Lodge activity worker Siobhan Collins, left, reacts as a Ball Python starts crawling down her arm while day program client Shirley D'Estrube calmly touches the snake during a reptile presentation held at the lodge by Swan Lake program naturalists.

 

 

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