Not so sure about this Easter Bunny stuff

Princess-Tessa Smith, 2, of Clearwater keeps a safe distance from the Easter Bunny (a.k.a. Pinellas County Sheriff’s Deputy Damaris Hoffman) after the bunny gave her a stuffed rabbit Friday via mom, Tessa Smith, center, in the lobby of All Children’s Hospital. Princess-Tessa’s 7-month-old sister, Nefertiti, is a patient in the hospital. The Easter Bunny hopped room to room, visiting patients and families and giving each child a stuffed animal. Hoffman, in her 13th year volunteering with the Easter Bunny Foundation, is a corrections officer at the Pinellas County Jail.  

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Princess-Tessa Smith, 2, of Clearwater keeps a safe distance from the Easter Bunny (a.k.a. Pinellas County Sheriff’s Deputy Damaris Hoffman) after the bunny gave her a stuffed rabbit Friday via mom, Tessa Smith, center, in the lobby of All Children’s Hospital. Princess-Tessa’s 7-month-old sister, Nefertiti, is a patient in the hospital. The Easter Bunny hopped room to room, visiting patients and families and giving each child a stuffed animal. Hoffman, in her 13th year volunteering with the Easter Bunny Foundation, is a corrections officer at the Pinellas County Jail. 

ST. PETERSBURG — The Easter Bunny (a.k.a. Pinellas County Sheriff's Deputy Damaris Hoffman) paid a visit Friday to All Children's Hospital.

The Easter Bunny hopped room to room, visiting with patients and families and giving each child a stuffed animal.

Hoffman, in her 13th year volunteering with the Easter Bunny Foundation, is a corrections officer at the Pinellas County Jail. The foundation, based in Orlando, partners with sheriff's offices nationwide to visit hospitalized children during the Easter week.

Not so sure about this Easter Bunny stuff 04/19/14 [Last modified: Monday, April 21, 2014 1:30pm]

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