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Princesses from "Frozen" visit young patients at Children's for "Winter in July" celebration

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Patients at Children's visit with the princesses of "Frozen" Patients at Children's visit with the princesses of "Frozen"
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Some Disney characters made a stop in Birmingham to help put smiles on children's’ faces.

Today, Children’s of Alabama was the place for a private meet-and-greet with princesses from the Disney movie Frozen.

The event is part of the hospital’s “Winter in July” celebration.

Young patients were able to visit with Anna and Elsa, the princesses from the movie. The children also learned about snow and ice, and created wintertime crafts while watching the film in the hospital’s performance room.

The event was made possible by the law office of Kimberly Kervin in Prattville.

Kervin’s young daughters, Maggie and Mylee, were behind today’s event to hold this meet-and-greet with the princesses. The Kervin girls also held Disney-themed lemonade stands in their hometown to benefit Children’s.

The Frozen- themed gathering provided a fun and exciting distraction for the ill and injured youngsters being treated there.

Children’s of Alabama has been providing medical services to children across the state and the United States since 1911. It's the third largest pediatric medical facility in the country. And, it’s the only hospital in Alabama dedicated solely to the care and treatment of children.

The hospital underwent an expansion in 2012, the largest health care construction project in Alabama state history.

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