BRUNSWICK, Ohio — Santa took a break from making toys and checking lists to get pleasure from breakfast with households from Brunswick Hills Township Saturday (Dec. 7) at Riverstone Tavern.
“I got here to be with the children,” Santa mentioned with a large smile as he checked out those that had been having fun with their breakfast. He introduced Mrs. Santa and many elves to assist serve the fortunate households.
Police Chief Timothy Sopkovich mentioned the Brunswick Hills Police Affiliation plans the occasion every year, and credited Ellen Younger for many of the work. That is the fifth 12 months that Riverstone Tavern has opened its doorways for the occasion aimed toward serving to households nominated for the go to.
Riverstone’s neighboring enterprise, Nice Scott’s Bakery, additionally pitched in to assist, together with donations from different space companies and residents.
Because the households got here via the door, they had been greeted by Mrs. Santa to be seated. However Four-year-old Rylee was having nothing to do with ready. She ran straight to Santa and hugged him tightly.
Every teen had a flip speaking with Santa, and every had a present with their identify ready in Santa’s bag.
One of many helpers was Brunswick Hills Trustee Mike Esber, who was grinning from ear to ear on the pleasure being proven by the youngsters. And he famous that everybody was smiling concerning the nice breakfast they bought to get pleasure from.
After just a few hours, although, Santa needed to head again to the North Pole. The police chief escorted him to a secret location to hop into his sleigh so he may get dwelling rapidly. Now he appears to be like ahead to seeing extra girls and boys as they sleep when he arrives at their houses.
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