04/21/2009

Student-produced play to benefit WVU Children’s Hospital, Children’s Miracle Network

‘Miss Misunderstood’ to be held April 24-26


MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Profits from a student-produced play in Huntington will go to West Virginia University Children’s Hospital and Children’s Miracle Network.

“Miss Misunderstood” tells the story of two girls as they grow up and make decisions about their lives and friendship. The production was written by students, under the direction of students, and will be performed by students.

Schools represented are Huntington High School, St. Joseph Central Catholic High School, Beverly Hills Middle School, Ceredo Elementary School and Hite-Saunders Elementary School.

The play will be at 7:30 p.m. on April 24 and 25 and at 3:30 p.m. on April 26 in the Huntington High School Auditorium. Tickets are $4. Donations will also be accepted.

WVU Children’s Hospital is the only Children’s Miracle Network hospital in West Virginia. Each year, WVU Children’s Hospital provides care to more than 7,000 newborns and children, who come from every county in West Virginia and also from Pennsylvania, Maryland and Ohio. On average, 1,600 babies are born annually at WVU Children’s Hospital. Almost three-quarters of the deliveries are high-risk. WVU Children’s Hospital physicians provide care for children at the hospital in Morgantown and at clinics throughout the state.

 


 

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For more information:
Angela Jones, HSC News Service, 304-293-7087
jonesan@wvuh.com
asj: 04-15-09

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