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Ferris medical clinic receives donated stuffed animals

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Robin Norum, 12, donated stuffed animals to Ferris Medical Clinic located at 207 W. 5th Street on Thursday, March 17.

Norum said she first started saving toys when she was 4-years-old.

“I didn’t like getting shots, it hurt and Dr. [Robert] Megna would leave and get a nurse to give me a shot.”  Norum said he would always give her a sucker or something. 

So, that’s when I started giving my toys and started saving stuffed animals. “The stuffed animal makes that little boy or girl feel special and feel good,” said Norum.

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