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Residents of Brandywine Living Princeton worked a week sewing pillows and blankets with handmade penguins and snowmen for hospitalized children as part of their contribution to the Day of Random Acts of Kindness. On February 17, Nurse Mia greeted residents in the lobby of Philadelphia Children’s Hospital (CHOP) at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro. PLEASE STEPHANIE GABER

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Residents of Brandywine Living Princeton worked a week sewing pillows and blankets with handmade penguins and snowmen for hospitalized children as part of their contribution to the Day of Random Acts of Kindness. On February 17, in the lobby of Philadelphia Children’s Hospital (CHOP) at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro, residents were greeted by Mia, a pediatric nurse. Brandywine Living is on the border of Princeton and South Brunswick. PHOTO PLEASE BY STEPHANIE GABER

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Residents of Brandywine Living Princeton worked a week sewing pillows and blankets with handmade penguins and snowmen for hospitalized children as part of their contribution to the Day of Random Acts of Kindness. On February 17, Nurse Mia greeted residents in the lobby of Philadelphia Children’s Hospital (CHOP) at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro. PLEASE STEPHANIE GABER


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Residents of Brandywine Living Princeton worked a week sewing pillows and blankets with handmade penguins and snowmen for hospitalized children as part of their contribution to the Day of Random Acts of Kindness. On February 17, Nurse Mia greeted residents in the lobby of Philadelphia Children’s Hospital (CHOP) at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro. PLEASE STEPHANIE GABER

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Residents of Brandywine Living Princeton worked a week sewing pillows and blankets with handmade penguins and snowmen for hospitalized children as part of their contribution to the Day of Random Acts of Kindness. On February 17, in the lobby of Philadelphia Children’s Hospital (CHOP) at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro, residents were greeted by Mia, a pediatric nurse. Brandywine Living is on the border of Princeton and South Brunswick. PHOTO PLEASE BY STEPHANIE GABER

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Residents of Brandywine Living Princeton worked a week sewing pillows and blankets with handmade penguins and snowmen for hospitalized children as part of their contribution to the Day of Random Acts of Kindness. On February 17, in the lobby of Philadelphia Children’s Hospital (CHOP) at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro, residents were greeted by Mia, a pediatric nurse. Brandywine Living is located on the border of Princeton and South Brunswick. PLEASE STEPHANIE GABER


PHOTO BY STEPHANIE GABER

Residents of Brandywine Living Princeton worked a week sewing pillows and blankets with handmade penguins and snowmen for hospitalized children as part of their contribution to the Day of Random Acts of Kindness.

On February 17, in the lobby of Philadelphia Children’s Hospital (CHOP) Princeton Penn Medicine Center in Plainsboro, residents were greeted by Nurse Mia.

Brandywine Living is on the border of Princeton and South Brunswick.




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