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Photo Gallery: Great American Eclipse and ‘Healing Arts’ exhibit both create stirs in the Foothills

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Dr. Raymond Lee, a La Cañada dentist, left, compares art notes with Dr. Eric Lee, a La Cañada cardiologist, at the Healing Arts exhibit at Verdugo Hills Hospital. 

 (Photo by Jane Napier Neely)
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From left, Sue Wilder, chairman of USC VHH Foundation Board and Julie Shadpa, hospital art therapist visit with Vincent Takas, featured artist at the hospital’s debut of its Healing Arts exhibit. 

 (Courtesy of Deborah Weirick)
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Steve Wilder, left, welcomes Lyndy and Bruce Lamella who traveled from their Arizona home to see the art exhibit at USC Verdugo Hills hospital. 

 (Photo by Jane Napier Neely)
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Roy and Dale Lopez attend the Healing Arts exhibit at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital. 

 (Photo by Jane Napier Neely)
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Maureen Royer, assistant vice president, Keck Health Sciences Development, Stephanie Van Sickel, director of major gifts for USC Verdugo Hills Hospital and Amy Ross, a member of the hospital’s foundation board, were among those enjoying the new Healing Arts exhibit at the hospital. 

 (Photo by Jane Napier Neely)
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Marguerite Marsh greets Keith Hobbs, the chief executive of USC Verdugo Hills Hospital at the new art exhibit. 

 (Courtesy of Deborah Weirick)
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Patty Prange chats with Kenny Pawlek, chief operating officer of USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, during the art exhibit.

 ( Jane Napier Neely)
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