Pupils bring holiday cheer to Hospital | THE DAILY HERALD

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Pupils at SMMC.

 

CAY HILL–The sounds of children singing Christmas carols brightened the atmosphere at St. Maarten Medical Center (SMMC) on December 11, when a group of fourth-grade pupils of Hillside Christian Schools Asha Stevens Campus brought the festive spirit to the hospital.

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The pupils treated staff and patients to classic Christmas carols such as Jingle Bells, Noel and Silent Night. The group was accompanied by their own “very talented drummer.”

SMMC General Director Kees Klarenbeek said he appreciated pupils and teachers taking the time out of their day to “deck the wards” with joy and carols for patients and staff of the hospital to enjoy.

“Christmas is very much celebrated by our staff, patients and visitors. It brings us all together to celebrate the joy and peace of the holiday season,” Klarenbeek said. “SMMC thanks the students for their wonderful rendition of these songs and the warmth of the holidays that they have brought to the hospital.

Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/83640-pupils-bring-holiday-cheer-to-hospital

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