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Hospital patients get early taste of Easter

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LITTLE ROCK, AR (KAIT/KARK) -

Patients at Arkansas Children’s Hospital had the chance Tuesday to forget they were patients and have fun with other children at the hospital.

According to KARK, an Easter egg hunt was held at the hospital.

An event to give patients and their families a moment that made their stay at the hospital more bearable.

Patients like Cooper were on the hunt for Easter eggs instead of waiting in his room for a heart transplant.

The Easter Bunny was also on hand to bring even more excitement to the day.

One volunteer saying, “it makes us so proud that we are able to change a child’s life for even one moment during their stay in the hospital.”

The event received help from the staff and volunteers of the Clinton Foundation.

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