Three 500 Festival Princesses spent time with patients Tuesday. The Princesses talked with a few of the children and their families, gave away goodies, and otherwise tried to bring joy to the hospital rooms.
And, this is not the first time the leading ladies have volunteered to help their community. Earlier this month, they also cooked for families staying at the Ascension St. Vincent House.
According to a press release from Ascension St. Vincent, hospital staff are working to help the young patients stay active and maintain positive attitudes, as this “makes the hospital environment more comfortable and brings moments of joy to families during what can be a difficult time.”
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