A local teen was going out of her way to make Christmas special for dozens of kids at dell children's hospital Sunday.
14-year-old Bailey Kay was born with Spinal Bifida and Hydrocephalus, and just had her 48th surgery in September.
For the 4th year, she's raised money for a special Christmas party at the hospital that she calls "Bailey's Cowboy Christmas." World renowned rodeo clown Leon Coffee partnered with Bailey, and they brought in six professional bull riders to sign autographs and visit with the kids.
Bailey said she's just happy to see smiles on the other children's faces.
"I've been in here hundreds of times, and it's not fun," she said. "I know how these other kids feel. It's scary."
Bailey raised more than $3,000 this year. She was also a former kid caster here on FOX 7.