Artists, children with special needs work together to create colorful mural in Seattle

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SEATTLE -- Artists and children with special needs came together on Saturday to make our community a little more colorful by painting a mural outside the Boyer Children's Clinic.

Organizers say it was rewarding to help out.

Boyer Children's Clinic provides services for children with autism and other special needs up to three years old.

The AIGA Link Program helped organize the mural painting.

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