Posted By: Camila Orticorti@klkntv.com
St. Elizabeth's Regional Center delivered some holiday cheer Saturday at the fourth annual 'Miracle on 70th Street.'
Caroling, face painting, crafts, and of course Santa and his reindeer were all part of St. E's Christmas Celebration.
The community was invited to enjoy the activities free of charge. Organizers say more than 1,500 people came through the hospital during the event.
"There's a lot of people here but I really like it, she was excited to see Santa," Amanda Cuddeford said as she held her 9-month old daughter, Savannah.
"We loved it, yeah it was a great time, the kids liked the face painting and loved the reindeer," Andy Rodriguez said.
Besides activities for the kids, everyone had the chance to tour areas of the hospital they don't normally get to see, like an operating room and the brand new Advanced Baby Center.