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2007 — Mother Bear Project

April – May

 

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Students and Faculty at WOU knit and crochet teddy bears by hand.

All the bears wear a red scarf in advocacy of HIV/AIDS relief.

These bears will be sent to Africa through the Mother Bear project and be given to children who have been influenced by HIV/AIDS.

The Mother Bear Project is a non-profit organization that provides comfort and hope to children in Africa who have been affected by HIV/AIDS.

Once they reach the Mother Bear Project center they will be given red hearts.

 

 

 

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First Favorite
First Favorite

Second Favorite
Second Favorite

Third Favorite
Third Favorite

Fourth Favorite
Fourth Favorite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are interested in participating in this wonderful project please contact The Mother Bear Project or Dr. Bob Hautala at WOU.

 


LOCATION: 1st floor main lobby
Curators: Myk Rose and Dr. Bob Hautala, HPE