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Red-Vested Rockstar: Chuck Fried

Chuck Fried uses his considerable skills as a grandfather to soothe and comfort kids in his role as a Children's volunteer.

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Supporters to walk at Mall of America for hydrocephalus awareness

Hydrocephalus is a chronic condition caused by an excessive buildup of cerebral spinal fluid in the brain.

Choosing Children’s: Marilyn Quamme

Meet Marilyn Quamme, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota volunteer.

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Children’s Minnesota employee has worn many hats in 20 years

Five Question Friday: Desiree Wallace is celebrating her 20-year anniversary with the organization this year and has worked in a variety of roles.

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Tell us why your child’s school year will be amazing

For kids and parents, the first day of school is one of the most amazing days of the year.

“Children’s Pedcast”: Dr. Susan Sencer on pediatric cancer

Children's medical director of hematology and oncology joins the show as part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

Red-Vested Rockstar: Josh Olayiwola

Meet Josh Olayiwola, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota volunteer.

Red-Vested Rockstar: Abby Lukowicz

Meet Abby Lukowicz, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota volunteer.

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Share your shining star, raise money for Children’s Minnesota cancer and blood disorders program

For every mention of #shinebrightbash between Sept. 1 and 13, Affinity Plus Credit Union will donate $5, up to $15,000, to our cancer program.

Talking to your kids about Sept. 11

Children who were born after 2001, or were just toddlers at that time, may be frightened by the images in the media.