Monday, January 14 2013 8:50 PM EST2013-01-15 01:50:24 GMT
A local girl is using her skill to make a difference for sick children in the Tri-State. 'Kai's Love Hats', a project started by a girl named Kailey, raises money to purchase American Girl Dolls for femaleFull Story >
'Kai's Love Hats', a project started by a girl named Kailey, raises money to purchase American Girl Dolls for female patients at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.Full Story >
Wednesday, December 5 2012 8:50 AM EST2012-12-05 13:50:34 GMT
A local girl is sharing the gift of giving with the patients at a children's hospital. Kailey Ray, 8, will be donate 30 American Girl Dolls to patients at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical CenterFull Story >
A local girl is sharing the gift of giving with the patients at a children's hospital.Full Story >
Tuesday, November 22 2011 6:11 PM EST2011-11-22 23:11:45 GMT
One local second grader is working hard to make sure every little girl has an American Girl Doll, especially girls that are at Children's Hospital.Full Story >
PRICE HILL (FOX19) -
A local girl hoping to better the lives of sick children in the Tri-State held a fundraiser on Tuesday doing what she does best: Knitting.
Kailey Ray started 'Kai's Love Hats', a project which combines her love of American Girl Dolls and helping others. With the help of friends and family, she knits hat sets for girls and their dolls, and then sells each set for $10.
The money raised in the project is used to help her purchase American Girl Dolls for patients at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
On Tuesday, a fundraiser called 'Loomapalooza' was held at Price Hill Chili. For four hours, attendees knitted hat sets for the project.
She plans to donate 9 dolls on her birthday, February 2nd, bringing the total to 53 American Girl Dolls donated to the hospital.
Her goal is to raise enough money to purchase 100 dolls for sick patients.
Thursday, July 24 2014 8:05 PM EDT2014-07-25 00:05:21 GMT
The Eastville volunteer fire department confirms a tornado touched down at a campground on the Chesapeake Bay on Thursday morning, killing three people. The volunteer fire department confirms three peopleFull Story >
A New Jersey couple was identified as the victims of a tornado that hit the Cherrystone Family Camping & RV Resort in Northampton. Full Story >