25th Annual NICU Reunion

Graduates from the neonatal intensive care unit at Lutheran Children's Hospital got to enjoy fun and games and reconnect with other graduates at Lutheran Hospital on Saturday August 2, 2014.

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Well, hello there, Mr. Millipede

Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette
Bella O’Connel, 3, checks out a giant African millipede at the mini petting zoo Saturday during the 25th annual NICU Reunion at Lutheran Hospital, 7952 W. Jefferson Blvd. The neonatal intensive care unit chose “roundup of blessings” for this year’s theme, which included the zoo, moonwalks, kiddie games, door prizes and other activities.