CLEVELAND — You can see it from I-90, and this year it stands as a ‘thank you’ to all health care workers serving our community.
Thanks to a group of donors, on Wednesday night, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center hosted their tree lighting ceremony.
This year, the tree lighting was a moment to celebrate all health care workers who have been working the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a press release, the hospital says, “It is because of frontline workers that hope and light shine on this Christmas season!”
According to the hospital, the lighting display was in jeopardy due to monetary reasons brought on by the pandemic. However, a group of donors stepped in and they were able to continue with the holiday tradition.