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Community Bands Together to Celebrate the Season of Giving
Santa Claus and Cody Osawamick smile for the camera!

December 16, 2011 - On the eve of December 14, over 100 Donovan area families gathered for a festive feast at St. David Catholic School. Better Beginnings, Better Futures hosted the event and provided all the trimmings for the evening. All families received a full Christmas meal, including turkey and ham. Inspector Bob Keetch, Constable Randy Hosken and Sargent Mark Brunette graciously served the meal. Children were entertained by Patches the Clown, the raffling of door prizes, and of course the jolly old man himself -- Santa Claus. Santa Claus gave out surprise bags to each child and he also had outer wear for those children in need. "This was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the season as a community. The children were so excited to see Santa and the families seemed to appreciate the time and energy that went into the planning of the event", stated Samantha Beaudry, Youth Engagement Officer for the Better Beginnings, Better Futures SmART Attack after school program at the school.

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