By Senators Moyer and Haugen



         WHEREAS, Shriner Children's Hospital has served the children of the Spokane area since November 15, 1924; and


         WHEREAS, Since the date of the hospital's opening, they have never charged for their services; and


         WHEREAS, This hospital is a unique facility in Washington State, being the only one to provide exclusively free services; and


         WHEREAS, They have shown constant dedication to the welfare and health of the children in this state; and


         WHEREAS, Through the provision of Shriner Children's Hospital's services, this state has been spared of an enormous burden in costs and administration; and


         WHEREAS, Shriner Children's Hospital provides Washington State with a model of charity and service;


         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Washington State Senate hereby commends the Shriner Children's Hospital for it's excellent work and services.



I, Marty Brown, Secretary of the Senate,

do hereby certify that this is a true and

correct copy of Senate Resolution 1993-8609,

adopted by the Senate February 11, 1993.





Secretary of the Senate