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HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS AT THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANIA

 HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS AT THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANIA
 More than 200 youngsters and their families are expected to attend the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) holiday reunion at the Medical College of Pennsylvania (MCP). This annual event, which reunites the NICU doctors, nurses and staff members with their former patients, provides a touching human interest segment for the holidays. The party will include games, food and a visit from Santa!
 The NICU reunion will take place Thursday, Dec. 12, 7-9 p.m. at the Medical College of Pennsylvania's Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute, Gymnasium, 3300 Henry Ave., Philadelphia.
 Choirs Performing Holiday Songs for MCP Patients:
 Wednesday, Dec. 18:
 11-11:30 a.m. -- Le Joie D'Aimer Day Care Choir (Pre-schoolers age 3-5), and
 6-7 p.m. -- St. Bridgets Choir (Adults).
 Camera crews wishing to cover the choir performances are asked to check in at the front desk of the hospital.
 CONTACT: Ruth Ann Mellnick of the Medical College of Pennsylvania, 215-842-4534.
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