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Memorial Hospital honors Frasch Elementary artists

Alexis Bostick (Source: LCMH) Alexis Bostick (Source: LCMH)
Hallie Parker (Source: LCMH) Hallie Parker (Source: LCMH)
Lane Burton (Source: LCMH) Lane Burton (Source: LCMH)

The following is a Press Release from the Lake Charles Memorial Hospital:

Lake Charles Memorial Hospital recently honored students who participated in the Young at Art Program in May.

The program, which spotlights artwork from a different local elementary school each month, was designed to make a positive impact on hospital patients, employees, and the young artists themselves.

May's display featured artwork by students from Frasch Elementary.  A panel of Memorial volunteers recognized fourth graders Alexis Bostick and Hallie Parker and first grader Lane Burton with a $25 gift card.

"We would like to congratulate our young artists, and extend our thanks to them all for helping to brighten our hospital with their wonderful artwork," said Kathy DeRouen, Memorial's senior vice president of Marketing and founder of the Young at Art program. 

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