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Students paint scenic mural for hearing patients

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Monday, May 8, 2017

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Students from St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Greenville donated their time and talent to paint a mural for hearing patients at Clarity.
 

St. Joseph?s Catholic School

Students from St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Greenville donated their time and talent to paint a mural for hearing patients at Clarity.

 



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The art students, under the direction of Deborah Pickard, painted a beach scene representing the South Carolina coastline (see below).
 

St. Joseph?s Catholic School

The art students, under the direction of Deborah Pickard, painted a beach scene representing the South Carolina coastline (see below).

 



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The completed beach scene.
 
 

St. Joseph?s Catholic School

The completed beach scene.

 

 

Students from St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Greenville donated their time and talent to paint a mural for hearing patients at Clarity, a partner with the Center for Developmental Services (CDS).

The art students, under the direction of Deborah Pickard, painted a beach scene representing the South Carolina coastline.  

Patients using the newly painted room receive an Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) test, an effective hearing evaluation tool for newborns as well as other individuals. “It’s so exciting for our patients and audiologists who will now take a trip to the beach when ABRs are performed,” said Dr. Elizabeth Shands, Executive Director of Clarity. “We are grateful for St. Joseph's Catholic School for making this possible.”

 

 

 

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