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ROCHESTER, Minn. — Tuesday, children at the Mayo Clinic Children’s Center were greeted with a special visit from Elmo, but the fun continued Wednesday.
It is superhero day at the Children’s Center so why not have Spiderman, Batman and The Hulk drop in? And nobody likes shots, so when a doctor came through asking if the kids wanted one, Spiderman took care of it.
They have cleaned windows for Mayo for the past three decades, but now they are saving the day.
“This is really cool to do this for the kids and if you talk to anybody around here, everybody’s so accommodating because it is for the kids. Some of the kids are sick or whatever they’re going through and it’s just, they love it, it’s exciting, I’ve got goose bumps just talking about it,” said Charlie Kelber, Managing Director for ISS Facility Services.
He said this is the first time they have ever done something like this. Now he hopes to do it at least twice a year for the kids.