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Engineering, physical therapy students build un-boo-lievable costumes for children

October 20, 2017

Engineering, physical therapy students build un-boo-lievable costumes for children

A group of engineering students from Grand Valley is working with children at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital to make the young patients' Halloween costume ideas come to life. 

About 10 students majoring in product design and manufacturing engineering have designed and built costumes for children who use power mobility devices, like wheelchairs. During the first of two build weekends October 13-14, the students created costumes including a firetruck, helicopter, motorcycle and pirate ship. 

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Photo Credit: Courtesy of Mary Free Bed

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