Auxiliary-Sponsored Paper Crane Mobile Takes Flight in Einstein Cafeteria

Posted by Perspectives Blog Team on Aug 11, 2016 1:33:18 PM

Members of the Auxiliary of Einstein Healthcare Network, with the crane mobile

If you have visited the cafeteria at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, you might have wondered about the mobile hanging in the center of the seating section. You’re looking at a colorful flight of 1,000 paper cranes, crafted by students in the Origami Club at Central High School. The cranes represent the students’ wish for recovery and good health.

Inspired by the tale of young Hiroshima atom bomb victim Sadako Sasaki, the students partnered with the Auxiliary of Einstein Healthcare Network to create the mobile as a service project.

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Topics: Auxiliary of the Einstein Healthcare Network

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