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Savannah gets famous visitors while recovering after surgery

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The 14-year-old from Troutville who decided to put 500 children ahead of her this Christmas while she undergoes surgery received some famous visitors while she is recovering.

Despite spending Christmas in the Cincinnati Children's Hospital for brain surgery, Savannah Day decided to hold a toy drive for the other children in the hospital with her.

While she planned on raising only 500 toys, she ended up raising more than 4,000.

Her family has posted to her facebook page constant updates and reports that she made her first trip out of her room today. While recovering, she was surprised with several famous visitors.

This young cheerleader not only has gained the support of her own cheerleading squad, she even received a visit from the Cincinnati Bengal's Cheerleading Squad.

Monday she was also visited by Ciara Bravo from Nickelodeon's Show "Big Time Rush".
 
She got the chance to pose for photo opportunities and even got an autographed picture from the young celebrity.


 
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