State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota took part in a charitable holiday event aimed at benefiting sick children on Dec. 21.
A team from the college,
along with Maverick the Manatee, the school's mascot, and President
Dr. Carol Probstfeld, visited two hospitals: Sarasota Memorial
Hospital and Manatee Memorial Hospital, specifically the pediatric
units at the hospitals, according to a news release.
spent time with the children in the hospitals and also took pictures
with staff members, while Probstfeld delivered a gift basket to the
hospital as a way of including employees in the season of
SCF alumni, including recent graduates, who work at
the hospitals were able to take part in the festivities as well. The
hospitals have been partners with the college's nurses who are on
their way to graduation.
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