Color a Smile

 
Color a Smile
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Jerry Harris and wife Susanne started Color a Smile after Jerry was at a friend’s house and noticed the colorful artwork hanging on the refrigerator. Jerry knew he’d soon have his own artwork from his then-infant son and wanted to share that joy with people who might feel forgotten. You can print a page from the Color a Smile website, color it and send it to Color a Smile for distribution. The site also has “free art” pages if you want to create your own art to color. If you or someone you know could benefit from cheerful pictures, you can sign up via the website. Color a Smile has given out more than a million cheerful pictures to senior citizens, troops overseas, veterans homes and anyone in need of a smile.

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