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Bronson Hospital's Walk goes virtual next month

Posted at 11:35 AM, Aug 07, 2020

KALAMAZOO — It's an event that usually draws around 2,000 people, but this year's event is going virtual in September.

Organizers say funds will go to provide child life services, art and music therapy, new medical technology and supportive services in the neonatal intensive care unit designed specifically for babies and their families.

“We are so glad we can still offer a Run & Walk experience this year,” says Terry Morrow, vice president of development for Bronson Healthcare. “Our community members have really shown us how resilient and adaptable they are, and their commitment to helping Bronson take care of children who are ill or injured continues to be strong.”

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