Lunch-time Rotary Club spotlights Boyer Clinic’s good works

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The Rotary Club of Edmonds “Noon Club” heard Michael Stewart, Executive Director of the Boyer Children’s Clinic, speak at its regular Tuesday meeting on July 8. The Seattle-based clinic was started in 1942 to help children with cerebral palsy. Today, it has a multi-disciplinary team designed to help infants age 0-3 with neuromuscular disorders and developmental delays. A child can be referred to Boyer Children’s Clinic by a family member, friend or medical professional. According to Club PR Chair Carol Kinney, “Michael’s presentation focused on several children who had been helped by the program including a boy who could not talk who is now singing “‘Tomorrow.'” For more information, visit www.boyercc.org.

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