From left, Hilton Head Hospital patient Matias Feijoo, 3, is greeted by Santa Claus as former patient Matthew Tanner, 7, and his uncle, Patrick Young, 8, wait their turn during the pediatric rehabilitation department's 16th annual holiday party for pediatric patients and their families. The event featured Santa arriving on a fire truck and handing out presents to the youngsters, as well as crafts and games.
From left, Hilton Head Hospital patient Matias Feijoo, 3, is greeted by Santa Claus as former patient Matthew Tanner, 7, and his uncle, Patrick Young, 8, wait their turn during the pediatric rehabilitation department's 16th annual holiday party for pediatric patients and their families. The event featured Santa arriving on a fire truck and handing out presents to the youngsters, as well as crafts and games. Jay Karr, staff photo
From left, Hilton Head Hospital patient Matias Feijoo, 3, is greeted by Santa Claus as former patient Matthew Tanner, 7, and his uncle, Patrick Young, 8, wait their turn during the pediatric rehabilitation department's 16th annual holiday party for pediatric patients and their families. The event featured Santa arriving on a fire truck and handing out presents to the youngsters, as well as crafts and games. Jay Karr, staff photo

PHOTO: Santa visits pediatric patients at Hilton Head Hospital

December 14, 2012 07:24 PM

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