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Stocking stuffers

Nov. 17, 2016, 9:09 AM

Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt received 100 stockings filled with toys to be used as gifts for patients throughout the holidays. Wal-Mart Regional General Manager and Children's Hospital board member Sean Riley, center, partnered with Nabisco to donate the stockings, which are 8 feet long. Wal-Mart has been a Children's Miracle Network Hospitals partner since 1987. Shown here with Champ and Riley are Nabisco's Robert Woods, left, and Cord McLaurin. (photo by Susan Urmy)
(photo by Susan Urmy)

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt received 100 stockings filled with toys to be used as gifts for patients throughout the holidays. Wal-Mart Regional General Manager and Children’s Hospital board member Sean Riley, center, partnered with Nabisco to donate the stockings, which are 8 feet long. Wal-Mart has been a Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals partner since 1987. Shown here with Champ and Riley are Nabisco’s Robert Woods, left, and Cord McLaurin.

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