Whether you’re opening presents or spending time with family, snap a photo of your Christmas celebration and share it with the community.
- HOLIDAY GUIDE
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Christmas is a day for spending time with family, giving gifts and taking lots of pictures! All of Seminole Heights will have their cameras out today, and we want to see your photos. After you snap a few pictures of your kids opening presents from Santa or your family enjoying a Christmas ham, add them to this gallery by clicking the “Upload Photos and Videos” link. Here’s a photo from St. Joseph's Women's Hospital to start you off. Christmas came early for patients at St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital when Santa Claus stopped by last week to visit newborns, new parents and moms-to-be hospitalized in the hospital’s high-risk obstetrics unit, according to Jacqueline Tolley, spokeswoman for the hospital. Babies wore festive holiday hats, and …
At the Tampa Police Department's R.I.C.H House in Sulphur Springs, children and parents selected donated gifts to share with their loved ones.
Life lessons come in all forms. But when you're an at-risk child who can't afford gifts for mom, a push from Santa's helpers never hurts. Through the kindness of volunteers from Bayshore Baptist Church and the City of Tampa, approximately 125 kids had the opportunity to choose gifts for their mothers and guardians at the R.I.C.H. (Resources in Community Hope) House in Sulphur Springs Tuesday. Also known as the Weed and Seed House, the R.I.C.H. House provides neighborhood children a positive alternative to hanging out in the streets. On Dec. 21, volunteers transformed the inside to a small gift shop as kids perused items that ranged from perfume to earrings. Tampa Police Officer Debbie Boles has run the R.I.C.H. House since it opened nine …