Vista Hills Optimist Club Hosts Christmas Party at Providence Children’s Hospital
Young oncology and hematology patients will enjoy a Christmas Party thanks to the generosity of the Vista Hills Optimist Club, EPISD Police Department, Border Patrol, Loretto High School, Party Animals and Princess Parties. The party is sponsored by Optimist Club.
The EPISD Police Department, with their K-9 unit in tow, will be gifting toys to our young patients. The Border Patrol’s Dana, the border robot, will be on hand to play with children while volunteers from Loreto High School’s Angels for Kids program will also be on hand to run the festivities. Party Animals of El Paso and Princess Parties will provide face painting and visiting mascots in costume to play with the kids.
“We are grateful to the Vista Hills Optimist Club and everyone participating in organizing this Christmas Party. They will bring smiles to our young patients and their families. We are happy to see our child patients have a great time and, for a moment, forget about their situation,” said Nancy Arambasick, Executive Director for Providence Children’s Hospital.