Friday, December 7, 2018

Christmas Fun for Kids

 Knox Becker flashes his face art while he decorates a cookie at the Christmas Fun for Kids event.

The Exeter G.F.W.C. Woman’s Club spearheaded an amazing even for the Exeter area kids on Saturday morning.  All ages of children enjoyed the fun Christmas events during the morning.  Breakfast was served to the kids and their parents and then it was time to visit Santa, decorate cookies and get their faces painted.  Guests could also make ornaments, hear a Christmas story or color a picture.  Participants could bring in a gingerbread house for a decorating contest.  Also available was a Christmas gift store.  Each child could purchase a present for their mom and their dad for $1 each.  Members of the Woman’s club helped them wrap their gifts so they could go straight under the tree.  The St. John’s Lutheran Church in Cordova donated Christmas story books for the kids to choose from.  The event was sponsored by the Exeter G. F.W.C. Woman’s Club, Generations Bank, FCCLA (face painting), UCC Women, United Methodist Women, St. Stephen’s Altar Society, Exeter Post #218 American Legion Auxiliary and many others.

Kyler Oldehoeft chooses a book from the St. John’s Lutheran Church table while his mom, Kendra Oldehoeft watches.
There were lots of gingerbread houses in the contest at the Christmas Fun for Kids event.
Little GiGi Underwood visits with Santa and Papa Elf for the first time as her mom, Maddy Underwood takes a snapshot.  (Papa Elf looks suspiciously like her grandpa Alan Emshoff).
Bonnie Cudaback helps Will Kallhoff wrap presents for his parents.
Chezney Kanode (left), Kora Havel (middle) and Archer Kanode study the options for presents for their parents at the Christmas Fun for Kids Event in Exeter.

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