Put those antlers together for the do-gooding pediatric hospice workers at Metropolitan Jewish Health System, who loaded up the sleigh and delivered Christmas cheer, gifts, and caroling to children and their families in all of our five boroughs.
Dressed as reindeer, elves, and wearing other festive costumes, the hospice workers visited 16-year-old boroughite Arnoldo, who recently underwent a lung transplant. The elves spread a bit of holiday magic to the recovering teen and his family, providing happy memories to last the whole year through.
Santa and Standing O say thank you.
Metropolitan Jewish Health System Hospice and Palliative Care [39 Broadway in Manhattan, (212) 649–5555].
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