Pa. 4th-graders create art to help Alzheimer's patients

12/26/2013 | Observer-Reporter (Washington, Pa.)

Fourth-graders at Waynesburg Central Elementary School in Pennsylvania who have been learning about Alzheimer's disease were recently recognized for their artwork, which was displayed in the Golden Living Center's Alzheimer's wing to help patients remember what season it is. Students were given an overview of the disease so they could understand the art project's purpose and audience.

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