Shots Needed ’Round The World

Kiwanis Club Dedicated To Eliminating Tetanus

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Posted: August 24, 2013

Inhabitants of developing countries such as Haiti benefit from The Eliminate Project led by the Kiwanis. (Photo by Courtesy Photo)
(Photo by Courtesy Photo)
Kim Stanchfield, an employee of Rockingham Memorial Hospital, prepares a tetanus shot Aug. 8 at the health campus in Harrisonburg. Providing such immunizations to developing countries has become the mission of The Eliminate Project led by the Kiwanis Club. (Photo by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Fingers curled into tiny fists, the baby’s arms are pulled tightly into his chest-frozen in an unnatural position. Abdomen protruding, his back arched high into the air, threatening to split his…

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