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Nov. 21, 2012MARYVILLE, MO |  By: McKenna

Northwest Medical Center Stuffed Animals

The Northwest Medical Center's Emergency Department in Albany recently received a donation of stuffed animals from the Conception area's Teen Beat Youth Club and its sponsor, Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial.

Stuffed animals will be given to young patients while they are receiving treatment or accompanying someone who is. Senior Marketing Manager of the Northwest Medical Center, Trisha Kellogg, says the stuffed animals are important for the children.

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The organization making the donation to the Northwest Medical Center...The Teen Beat Youth Club, is a service and social club comprised of eight adult members and over forty youth from the Tri-C area of Conception, Conception Junction and Clyde.