Friday, December 13, 2019

Christmas Fun for Kids

Jen Wittnebel decorates cookies with her daughter Jaedyn and son Wyatt at the Christmas Fun for Kids event.

The Exeter Legion was bustling on Saturday morning December 7 as the Exeter G.F.W.C. Woman’s club sponsored their second annual Christmas Fun for Kids event.  Donuts and beverages provided by Exeter and Cordova churches were served for breakfast along with rolls donated by Casey’s. Santa’s visit was sponsored by Generations Bank.  The Exeter-Milligan FCCLA helped kids make ornaments and they also ran a station for face painting.  The kids could decorate cookies and vote for their favorite gingerbread house or play a game.  Cindy Markowski made cotton candy for the kids. The winner of the gingerbread house decorating for the six and under age group was Kyler Oldehoeft, and six and over winner was Piper Grummons.  The kids had the option to shop in the Santa store where they paid $1.00 to select two gifts to give to their parents.  The gifts were wrapped and were all ready for the tree before the kids left the Santa store. The Legion furnished the facilities for the event.

Santa and his elves posed for a pictures with Kora and Laney Havel at the Christmas Fun for Kids event in Exeter.
Lynn Jurgensen focuses as she decorates a Christmas tree ornament.
Kit Grummons plays the elephant ring toss game the easy way at the Christmas Fun for Kids event.
Some of Santa’s helpers decided to get their requests in while they were there.  Daisy Kanode, left, and Joana Melchert wanted their picture with Santa.

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