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Students decorate Zions tree


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By KEN LARSON
Sun Advocate publisher

Zions Bank's Price offices teamed up to celebrate the holidays with Castle Valley Center school last Wednesday, Dec. 4. Continuing the bank's long-held holiday tree trimming tradition, both locations participated in events that support Castle Valley's special needs students, who range in age from three to 45.

On Tuesday employees of the Price Zions Bank visited Castle Valley Center and helped decorate the school's Christmas tree. Santa Claus also visited and distributed treats and joined the students in singing Christmas carols. In the spirit of giving, the branch also made a $150 donation to the center.

In addition, Castle Valley Center students decorated a tree inside the Zions Bank Price office on Wednesday. Students, teachers and parents joined Zions Bank employees for the "Lights On" ceremony.

"The annual event is one that the local Zions employees look forward to as a meaningful way to start the holiday season," said Dawna Houskeeper, customer service manager, adding, "hearing the Castle Valley Center students sing Christmas carols with such deep sincerity always brings tears to the eyes of our employees."


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