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Preschooler Mason Bell enjoys a surprise visit from the Easter bunny on Thursday, April 13. Bell was diagnosed with craniosynostosis and had to undergo surgery on his skull. “So, when you see his smiling face in the hall let his story encourage you,” senior broadcast reporter Carson Ritter said.

Editors Note – Broadcast reporters sophomore Adrian Hendricks and senior Carson Ritter give an update on preschool student Mason Bell and his road to recovery after his surgery for Craniosynostosis.

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