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Chick Fil A Cows Visit Patients Of Children's Hospital At Saint Francis

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A couple of Santa's elves appeared as Chick Fil A cows on Christmas Eve. A couple of Santa's elves appeared as Chick Fil A cows on Christmas Eve.
They stopped by the Children's Hospital at Saint Francis to spread holiday cheer and give out meals. They stopped by the Children's Hospital at Saint Francis to spread holiday cheer and give out meals.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Santa's elves come in all different forms this time of year. A couple of elves appeared as Chick Fil A cows on Christmas Eve.

They stopped by the Children's Hospital at Saint Francis to spread holiday cheer and give out meals.

Organizers say it's a blessing to help families make good memories.

"And take what possibly could be a bummer staying inside on Christmas Eve and making just a great event that they can go, ‘Remember when we there at the hospital and the cows showed up and we got Chick Fil A—that was a lot of fun,'" said Arthur Greeno, of Chick Fil A.

Chick Fil A customers actually purchased those meals, and the Children's Hospital was just one stop the cow elves made Monday.

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