Twins Donate 40 Stuffed Animals to Fairview Hospital

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Isabelle and Julia Bronson donated 40 stuffed animals for emergency room patients.

GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Two local twin sisters, Isabelle and Julia Bronson, both eighth grade students at Monument Valley Regional Middle School, donated 40 stuffed animals for patients at the Fairview Hospital's Emergency Department.

The Monterey sisters donated the animals as part of their mitzvah, the charitable service project that preceeded their bat mitzvah at Hevreh of the Southern Berkshires earlier this summer. The animals were assembled at a party with their friends.
 
Of the 12,000 patients annually cared for at Fairview's emergency department, over 20 percent are children.

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