Osage Centre turned into a magical place for annual princess tea event

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KBSI) – The Southeast Health Foundation hosted its annual Princess Tea for children of all ages. The event raised funds for the Children’s Wellness program at Southeast Hospital.

Southeast Health Foundation Development Officer Amy Brown said this is one of the largest events for their charity and it’s more than just getting books and clothing for NICU patients.

“It supports things like Bili-meters for children, our NIC-view program which is a program for babies born prematurely. The NIC-view program allows you to remote in to see the babies,” Brown said. “The Southeast Health Foundation, we do a lot of events throughout the year. This is one of our biggest ones for the Children’s Wellness fund.” 

There were more than 25 princesses and characters present for children to interact with and get autographs. The princesses even and sang for their audience.

For more information about this event, visit sehfoundation.org.

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