Camp lets teens explore the guts of gaming systems

Aidan Fairbairn (right) works on the motherboard of a Wii gaming system while Dylan Juran gives instruction (KEIZERTIMES/Matt Rawlings).

Ever since it came to fruition three years ago, the volunteers at Satellite Gaming — a nonprofit organization in connection with Lakepoint Community Church — have been focused creating a positive community for kids that is centered around video games. 

Dylan Juran, who is the education director for Satellite Gaming, usually holds . . .

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