North Oyster and Area Historical Society thanks Santa

Once again, you created a magical morning for hundreds of people

Dear Santa:

Once again, you created a magical morning for hundreds of people at the North Oyster and Area Historical Society’s Santa’s breakfast this year.

Your elves were busy throughout the hall, cooking up a tasty meal, decorating cookies, face and nail painting, crafting, and providing lots of games and prizes. And the best of all was the time you were able to spend with each child, asking them what they’d like for Christmas and having your picture taken with them.

Special thanks to you for making this day so special for every person there.

Our raffle winners were A. Crossley, Pam Ahl, Maureen Pietrykowski, Lorraine Gould, Ralph Jones, Erica DeFrane, Jack Hembroff, David Sandolo and Cheryl Haldane.

May you all have a very Merry Christmas.

The North Oyster and Area Historical Society

 

 

 

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