Sisters Society gives Christmas to Killona
Santa is greeted by very excited children during the Sisters Soceity Social Club’s first Christmas in Killona event on Dec. 22. The group hopes to throw the event every year.
The Club gave away bikes, toys, pictures with Santa for the kids, free food, games, gift cards for the teenagers and did a Christmas tree lighting. The club would like to thank Dionece Robinson at Excellent Home Health, Odile Strickland, Evelyn Lockette and Andrea Ross for the food and all the help from other parents in the community.
"It was truly a blessing to see that the parents in the community can come together to give our children a marvelous Christmas and see so many children smile," organizers said.
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