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The celebration featured such traditions
as tree decorating and card making. An
untraditional interpretation of "How the
Grinch Stole Christmas," by senior Gary
Hanna, provided a change of pace for the
party before the appearance of Santa
Claus, played by sophomore Daryl Zeller.
His performance, or at least his huge sack
of toys, seemed enough to convince even
the most cynical 9-year-olds that Santa
anta's sack of toys was filled with gifts
S wrapped and tagged for each child.
Junior accounting majors Paula Garrett
and Polly Robinson bought and wrapped
the 300 gifts. The women matched the
gifts to the children's ages and tried not to
give children from the same family the
same present. Polly, who helped with last
year's gifts, said a group of volunteers
wrapped from 8 p.m. to midnight three
days before all the gifts were wrapped.
"But it was worth it," she said. nThe kids
loved the gifts."
o-chairmen Terry Hendon, Scott
C Taylor and Lori Stobaugh began
Christmas for Children plans in the sum-
mer. They selected group leaders and
organized the activity, which was intended
to enrich the holiday season for needy
youngsters. Hendon said one of the top
priorities was to locate children who would
most benefit from the effort.
Students had an opportunity to follow
up on contacts made with the needy
children at an April 2 circus.
This page: left A A piggy back ride is
part of the fun for a Christmas for
Children participant and Dru Mitchellg
top right -M Monique Webster enjoys the
party with a student volunteerg bottom --
One gift receiver is caught up in the even-
ing's excitement. Opposite page: Students
and disadvantaged children gather around
the Christmas tree to share in the holiday
Christmas for Children 5”