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Clowning Around at Seattle Children's

March 12, 2014

http://www.king5.com/on-tv/evening-magazine/Patty-Duke-Clowining-Around-at-Seattle-Chil-249647601.html

 

Source - KING 5 TV


If you happen to stroll through Seattle Children’s medical or surgical unit on a Tuesday, you’ll notice something’s a little different – the air feels a little lighter. You’ll likely hear sounds of music and laughter flowing through the halls, and you may even encounter a juggling act. The spirits of patients, families and staff are a little brighter on this day because of a couple of clowns. No really – a few actual clowns that are a part of the Room Circus Medical Clowning group.

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