MHS senior hopes to brighten sick children's mood with princess-themed items

Several children's hospitals were asked to partner with her on the project.
Aaron Krause
May 14, 2014

 

As a result of Monroeville High School senior Olivia Doughty's senior project, little girls who are physically ill may think less about their condition and more about being a princess.

Part of Doughty's senior project is titled "The Princess Project." The daughter of Jim and Cheryl Doughty is collecting princess-themed stickers, coloring books, tiaras, play jewelry, crayons and any other princess-themed toys.

Doughty said she called several children's hospitals to partner with her on the project, and Cincinnati Children's Hospital responded.

 

A story about this subject was published recently in the Norwalk Reflector. So you don't miss stories such as this one, you can subscribe to the Norwalk Reflector to receive home delivery and/or the e-paper, which is a complete digital replica of each issue. For more information, call (419) 668-3771 or click HERE.