Kindergroup says thanks for holiday memories

by susan on December 10, 2010

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Above: Santa swooping in by helicopter (contributed photo)

Kindergroup is no doubt on Santa’s nice list this year after organizing another fun Santa Day. They asked me to pass along these words of thanks.

Last Saturday, Southborough was once again graced by the arrival of Santa Claus via helicopter. Approximately 200 children greeted him on St. Mark’s field and waited patiently to visit with Santa at the Community House. Some came prepared with lists, pictures, and very specific instructions for jolly St. Nick. Others approached hesitantly, while others flat out cried. What they all had in common was an awestruck respect for the man in the red suit. Carrie Rowan and her Merry Go Music pals entertained the children with holiday music. Each child left with a keepsake picture of him/herself with Santa and wonderful memories!

It was a great day in Southborough thanks to the generosity of many local businesses. Kindergroup looks forward to organizing this day each year, but could not host this event without the support of sponsors. This is truly a community event, and we thank the following business for their generosity and support:

Mr. Yanai  |  Capital Group PropertiesBrendon PropertiesColdwell Banker Residential Real Estate, Kristine ShifrinFair and Yeager Insurance AgencyGlobal Real Property SolutionsSouthborough Village PreschoolTed’s of Fayville |  W S Drowne Insurance  |  McCarthy PoolsTomasso TrattoriaStop and Shop – WestboroSouthboroughVetHospitalMiddlesex Savings Bank – SouthboroughSouthborough House of Pizzanancy gould photographyFriends of Southboro RecreationMarilyn Green RE/MAX Signature PropertiesMiss Tanya’s Family of Nursery SchoolsStarbucks – SouthboroughMarlborough Savings BankFalconi BrothersTatnuck BookstorePaneraPhaidra SalonJ & J AutomotiveWee Care for Little People | Panzano Market

And lest you think it was only the kids who enjoyed visiting with Santa, think again:

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