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First Lady Michelle Obama, accompanied by first dogs, Bo and Sunny, visited Children’s National for an annual holiday visit with patients and families, Dec. 14, 2015. Mrs. Obama read the classic ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’ and answered questions from children about her family’s holiday traditions. (Photo by Preston Keres/Children's National)
First Lady Michelle Obama, accompanied by first dogs, Bo and Sunny, visited Children’s National for an annual holiday visit with patients and families, Dec. 14, 2015. Mrs. Obama read the classic ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’ and answered questions from children about her family’s holiday traditions. (Photo by Preston Keres/Children’s National)

From an email:

“First Lady Michelle Obama visited the Children’s National Health System in DC today. Mrs. Obama toured the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders and read the holiday classic ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas to patients and families in the hospital’s Main Atrium. She was escorted by two patients, Stephen Orzechowski of Petworth, and Luna Fera of Silver Spring, Md.”


Photo by Preston Keres/Children’s National

More from a press release:

“First Lady Michelle Obama visited patients and families today at Children’s National Health System, accompanied by family dogs, Bo and Sunny.

Mrs. Obama began her visit by cheering up children and their families in the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Many of these children are in the hospital for extended periods as they are treated for cancer and blood diseases such as sickle cell disease or have recently received bone marrow transplants. Read More

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