STAFF AND PATIENTS AT THE HOSPITAL HAVE BEEN WATCHING
THE EXTREME TEAM WORK THROUGHOUT THE WEEK.
KXLY 4'S GRACE DITZLER WAS AT THE HOSPITAL TODAY.
18;29;11 denise maxson - accoin
the fact they just get to look out the windows and
see all those lights is huge for our families :5W12
PATIENTS LIKE 10 YEAR OLD JOSH WHO WILL SPEND A LOT
OF THE HOLIDAY SEASON INSIDE THE WALLS OF THE HOSPITAL.
josh wigen - 10 years old -
i have cancer :2
THE EXTREME TEAM'S GOAL IS TO BRING A LITTLE HOLIDAY
CHEER TO THEM.
18;35;18 jane kiefer - nurse, peds oncology
sometimes they just need a little inspiration to make
it through the harder times of getting chemo and being
in patient :9
AND THE PROJECT IS BRIGHTENING UP THE SPIRITS OF THE
STAFF HERE, TOO.
andie daisley - childlife practicum student
it's been so fun to come see it come together they've
made such thoughtful little touches to the light display
amanda reed - child life specialist in pediatric emergency
i leave in the evening when it's already getting dark
so i've been able to see the lights coming up and
coming on in bits and pieces and it's been really
fun to watch the progress of it :8W14 22
JOSH'S MOM JEN SAYS THEY'VE BEEN EAGERLY WAITING FOR
THOSE LIGHTS TO COME ON.
jen wigen - josh's mom
we were here sunday when they had 8th avenue closed
off and we saw mark peterson upped hoisted with eh
avista trucks and all the lights strung out and just
the joy it brings :13W15 24
FOR JOSH, JEN, AND THE STAFF HERE, THIS PROJECT WILL
BRING LIGHT TO SO MUCH MORE THAN A FEW TREES.
in the darkness, there's light, and exactly what we
have here, and the dark park and the light and the
inner spirit, josh really impraces courage hope and
strength and that's the lights do :15W16 24