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An experience that delivers inspirational messages of hope and love from young people to young people.

NBC News highlights mental-health impact of COVID-19 amid physical distancing, altered routines

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Physical distancing and the disruption of normal routines necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic have had an unfortunate—and tragic—side effect—an increase in depression, including among young people who are unprepared for the loss of traditional connections.  NBC News recently featured the story of Hayden Hunstable, a 12-year-old who died by suicide.  His parents attribute his untimely death to the social isolation that he…

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Building connections through the visual arts and remembering a beloved canine friend—Bullet the dog

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MWAH!’s Wichita base director makes a positive difference through art Steve Brewster, Director of our troupe’s Wichita base, was doing air-brushed drawings one Saturday in October at a flea market in Wichita when a father and his son, an eight-year-old named Tristan, stopped to watch Steve creating a variety of designs. Both the father and his son looked unhappy, but…

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More than 35 years of issues-oriented school presentations throughout Illinois and various other states for audiences totalling more than half a million students and staff.