Hug-A-Bear takes to air with Eagle Air Med<br>

Jason Byers, paramedic with Eagle Air Med, presents a Hug-A-Bear to Romone Stanley, a pediatric patient at the Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility. Eagle Air Med and the Alpine Auxiliary Hug-A-Bear Project of the Assistance League of Flagstaff are working together to bring a little more comfort and security to the children of the Four Corners area. When Eagle Air Med, the primary air ambulance provider in the four corners area, wanted to provide more than expert medical care for their pediatric patients, they turned to the Alpine Auxiliary in hopes of participating in their Hug-A-Bear Project. Funds are obtained through corporate and private donations and through fund-raising activities. These funds are used to purchase the teddy bears for distribution.


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