The EEU is an early childhood education and research center for children with special needs (autism, down syndrome), those "at risk" and poverty level of children from birth through kindergarten.
The school is located at the University of Washington and has lead the nation in training, research and educating since the early 1960's.
This Wednesday, 5 very special kindergartners will have a dream come true. They will be visited at the playground at the EEU by their heroes, these Husky football players. They hope to throw the ball around a little and get some autographs from these Washington football players.
It will be a lot of fun and it would be a wonderful story for people to see in these times of not so happy events going on around us.
TIME: 12:00 Noon, Wednesday October 10th.
PLACE: EEU Building behind the U of W Hospital / Medical Center on the Montlake cut.
A very special event for very special children
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