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  • Bayhealth receives donation for pediatric patients

  • Four students in the 21st Century Creative Learning class at Wye River Upper School in Wye Mills, Maryland, traveled to Bayhealth Kent General with bags of stuffed bunnies and fleece blankets they had made to donate to young patients.
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  • Four students in the 21st Century Creative Learning class at Wye River Upper School in Wye Mills, Maryland, traveled to Bayhealth Kent General with bags of stuffed bunnies and fleece blankets they had made to donate to young patients.
    The bunnies and blankets are designed to comfort pediatric patients who may otherwise be a frightened in a healthcare environment.
    As part of the class’s purpose to “craft with a cause,” students in the class create craft ideas that will make a difference to organizations, Wye River teacher Brandy Frampton said.
    For more information, visit bayhealth.org.
     

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