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

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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