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Bringing seniors and kids together at The Pines

By: Carrie Seidman, Columnist, Sarasota Herald-Tribune

…These regular sessions of music, art, horticulture and “Laughter Unlimited,” led by clown Chuck Sidlow of the Circus Arts Conservatory, are meant to be a boon to both populations. After all, studies have shown seniors suffer less depression and better health and children acquire better social and emotional skills when they have regular contact with each other. More

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