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Posted on Aug 11th, 2012 • By • Filed In: Articles & Interviews4 Comments

On July 31, Carrie Underwood spent a day with many patients at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. Carrie took part in a program called Country Music Healing Tour, a partnership between Boston radio station WKLB and the hospital.

The tour introduces patients to country music artists and allows them to spend time together. Carrie spent time in the medical/surgical and pediatric bone marrow transplant units. She autographed CDs for all of the kids and sang “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” by special request made by a two-year old.

“We are so grateful to Carrie for partnering with us to bring this one-of-a-kind experience to the children and families at Floating Hospital,” said WKLB Program Director Mike Brophey. “This is a very special opportunity for us to participate in a small way in the healing process of the hospital’s pediatric patients, and the generosity of Country performers like Carrie Underwood is what makes it possible.”

Carrie also took to her Twitter to share a video of a special little girl that she met during her visit. “Met a brave young lady and fellow songwriter today named Chloi. Such a positive spirit! So sweet!”

To see the video, click below:


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