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Santa Claus entertains Kiwanis children and adults as well


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Erika Olsen explains to Santa exactly what she has in mind for Christmas this year, while on the left, below little carolersrika Olsen, MacKenzie Felice, Samantha Tatton, Andy Bryner, and Shauntel Peterson entertain the group before dinner is served.

It's a tradition every holiday. Kiwanis members gather and celebrate the Christmas holiday with their families and each year a big hit is special guest, Santa Claus.

Last Thursday evening over 30 children, friends and families of Price Kiwanis Club gathered at the County Club to enjoy a holiday celebration.

As usual the children were each given a gift from Santa Claus, however this year, thanks to some extra questions ahead of time and an ingenious president of the club, Santa was knowledgable about the good little things and the bad little things each child had done this past year.

Many children were puzzled as Santa seemed to know a whole lot more about their behavior than he usually does. His ability to pick up new information gets better every year.

As with any party the joy of the season comes through the eyes of a child and there is nothing that lights up a child's face great than that of St. Nick.


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