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Hampton student council visits Children's Hospital to raise spirits

| Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017, 1:45 p.m.
Doug Wright, Matthew Bagley, Ryan Bates, Lizzie Jungling, Hailey Pritts, Anna Shumaker, Jessica McGinley, and Emily Januck, all student council members at Hampton High School, visited Children's Hospital Pittsburgh of UPMC dressed as Toy Story characters to help brighten the day of some of the patients.
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Doug Wright, Matthew Bagley, Ryan Bates, Lizzie Jungling, Hailey Pritts, Anna Shumaker, Jessica McGinley, and Emily Januck, all student council members at Hampton High School, visited Children's Hospital Pittsburgh of UPMC dressed as Toy Story characters to help brighten the day of some of the patients.

Hampton High School students Doug Wright, Matthew Bagley, Ryan Bates, Lizzie Jungling, Hailey Pritts, Anna Shumaker, Jessica McGinley, and Emily Januck dressed as characters from Toy Story as they visited kids at Children's Hospital Pittsburgh of UPMC.

The student council visits every year during the holidays to lift the spirits of the children fighting cancer. The students gave some gifts and played games with the young patients and their siblings.

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