Bellingham High senior, Eliza Davenport, talks with Bellingham High nurse Laurie Anderson about her bee allergies and ensures her EpiPens are up to date, Friday, Jan. 24, 2014 in Bellingham. "We usually check in a couple times during the year to make sure they have them and that they haven't expired," Anderson said. "The school policy is to make sure all of the pens are up to date."
Bellingham High senior, Eliza Davenport, talks with Bellingham High nurse Laurie Anderson about her bee allergies and ensures her EpiPens are up to date, Friday, Jan. 24, 2014 in Bellingham. "We usually check in a couple times during the year to make sure they have them and that they haven't expired," Anderson said. "The school policy is to make sure all of the pens are up to date." THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Bellingham High senior, Eliza Davenport, talks with Bellingham High nurse Laurie Anderson about her bee allergies and ensures her EpiPens are up to date, Friday, Jan. 24, 2014 in Bellingham. "We usually check in a couple times during the year to make sure they have them and that they haven't expired," Anderson said. "The school policy is to make sure all of the pens are up to date." THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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