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HRH Christmas Extravaganza Dec. 19

SoVaNow.com / December 16, 2013
Looking for a little holiday entertainment? The community is invited to participate in the Christmas Extravaganza taking place in the Leggett Auditorium at Halifax Regional Hospital on Thursday, Dec. 19 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

“This is our second Christmas Extravaganza,” said Debra Stewart RN, clinical documentation specialist and chair of Halifax Regional Hospital’s Healing Arts team. “This is our largest ‘Third Thursday in the Lobby’ event which provides monthly happenings in the lobby and throughout the hospital and can be enjoyed by visitors, patient’s families, our staff and the community.”

Schedule

10:00-Cecil Hazelwood

10:30-Kim Kopco, trumpet player

11:00-James Stewart

11:30-Samantha Stewart & Sara Cook

12:00-Ebenezer Mennonite School

12:30-Michael Chafatelli

1:00-Halifax Christian School Praise Band

2:00-Carolyn Cook & Linda Hughes

2:30-HRHS Employee Singing Group

3:30-Jonathan & Lauren Arnold, Ethan Terry & Aubrey O’Shea

4:30-We’ve Got Rhythm Dance Academy

5:00-Moving Voices Dancers

Santa and his elves will also be making an appearance from noon-3 p.m.

“We will be serving gingerbread cookies and hot chocolate throughout the day as well,” Stewart said. “We hope that anyone who happens to have an appointment at the hospital or is visiting someone will join in the fun. The community is more that welcome to participate, too.”

The Healing Arts team is one of the Planetree teams designed to support and implement patient/person-centered care initiatives to personalize, humanize and demystify healthcare.

































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