BYU-Idaho Students Volunteer at Teddy Bear Clinic

BYU-Idaho Students Volunteered at Madison Memorials Teddy Bear Clinic. The Clinic, which has gone on for more than ten years, is meant to teach second grade students that the hospital isn’t so scary. The second graders- and their teddy bear- were given a tour of the hospital. They were taught ways to stay healthy, such as, how to properly wash their hands. Their teddy bears were weighed, measured, and given shots.

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'BYU-Idaho Students Volunteer at Teddy Bear Clinic' have 3 comments

  1. April 26, 2012 @ 9:37 pm Rebecca Moore

    Wow! This is so great! It’s amazing to see people getting involved and giving service.


  2. April 26, 2012 @ 9:50 pm Kyle Rose

    I think this is awesome. These kinds of things should be more available and well known to students before they happen.


  3. April 27, 2012 @ 3:29 am Emmilie Buchanan

    This was a great story. I loved the coverage from Scroll Digital as well. Good work.


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