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CLOWNSChildren Learning Other Ways Naturally
CLOWNSCross-Layer Optimized Wireless Networks Symposium
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(343) Circus clowns, like Bippo, tend to be full-time
So, the services of clowns are also being used in high-stress corporate environments.
In the case of children, these clowns help to normalise the hospital experience by providing distraction from medical issues and concerns, and allowing them an opportunity to laugh and play.
In the Gaza Strip, clowns have been used to heal children with post-war trauma.
IT was custard pies all round for a Midland family as they celebrated the arrival of a second clown in their clan!
Tamworth's award-winning Bibbledy Bob - Rob Bowker - now faces some stiff competition in the entertainment world as his daughter 'Silly Millie' has become a registered clown herself - at the age of just 13.
Half an hour with the greasepaint and sensible Millie, who hopes for a career in teaching, becomes Silly Millie the clown and has crowds howling with laughter at antics, which include some very poor driving in her clown car.
Because her dad, Rob, is Tamworth's award-winning clown, Bibbledy Bob.
Can Millie, whose clown name is Silly Millie, be as successful as dad?
Today, Clown Me In is one of Lebanon's largest clowning groups, bringing performances to people who need it the most.