Monday, June 17, 2019

Class of '22 leads service project for National Children's Day

In honor of National Children's Day on June 9, the University of South Alabama College of Medicine Class of 2022 led a service project in which 40 classmates came together to make more than 100 goody bags to donate to USA Health Children's & Women's Hospital.

The goody bags were filled with items to promote health during the summer, including sunglasses, hand sanitizer, toothbrushes, and a summer health bingo game encouraging the children to take charge of their own health and become more involved in their health care.

"We also put fun things in the goody bags like toys and animal masks, as well as notes of love, encouragement and healthy tips from each of our classmates," said Anna Robinson, rising second-year medical student who led the community service event with co-chair Zachary Lazzari.

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