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Sharing Easter eggs with children in Regional Hospital

3. Abr 2013

The Lobatos (cubs scouts) and Golondrinas (swallows) our group Quitrahue (Place of Fires in Mapuche Native Language) visited during the morning of Friday, March 29 pediatrics unit in Rancagua Regional Hospital to share with children placed in the enclosure.
Accompanied by Baloo, Kaa, Inka, Arimatu (their leaders and guiders) and hospital nurses, Jaime Alcarruz, shared with the children and their families who were there for a moment, knowing their stories and delivering Easter chocolates.
Then the Lobatos and Golondrinas went outside the hospital to continue delivering Easter eggs to children who were in the place.
Undoubtedly a beautiful welcome to replicate activity in hospitals in their localities.

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