High schoolers donate teddy bears for injured children

By Lydia Goerner | May 24, 2017
Courtesy of: Matthew Stanton Key Club members Paige Strawn (left) and Sonia Strawn (right) hand out stuffed animals at the Emergency Room Department at Tobey Hospital.

Wareham High School students donated teddy bears this week to comfort injured children in grisly situations.

The members of the Wareham High School Key Club visited local emergency services headquarters, bringing stuffed animals for first responders to give to children experiencing trauma. These bears are intended to soothe hurt, frightened children.

This is the second year the community service club has donated stuffed animals to police, fire and hospital emergency rooms to help children.

 

Comments (1)
Posted by: Rosebud | May 25, 2017 14:35

Great idea!  Good work.



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