Thank you to Santa Day sponsors (and organizers)

by beth on January 9, 2019

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Above: Santa’s helpers are thanking those who made Santa Day possible. (And I’d like to thank them!) (contributed photo)

Southborough Kindergroup reached out to share a Thank You for last month’s successful Santa Day.

Santa’s elves indeed were busy all season long, and as a result we have been delayed in getting out our thanks to those businesses who helped make the day possible.

We are hoping that you are willing to post a thank you everyone who made Kindergroup’s 41st Santa Day such a success.

Special thanks in particular should go to Santa’s Circle sponsors:

Brendon Homes
Capital Group Properties
Doug Curtis Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Falconi Energy
Main Street Bank
Phaneuf Concrete Cutting & Breaking
St. Mary’s Credit Union
Ted’s of Fayville
Tempting Interiors
Tighe Hamilton Funeral Home

Of course, the day wouldn’t be possible without the work of Kindergoup’s volunteer committee.

If you’d like a closer up look at Santa and the ladies who organized the fun, click on the image below right.

Back row (L-R): Jenna McCarthy,Grace Austvold, Eric Austvold, Stephanie Iodice, Kelley Smith, Kiera Joujoute, Valene Hickey; Front row (L-R): Kate Chammas, Stephanie Wilson, Erin McMurray, Liz Davison, Rebecca Guarino; (Not pictured: Kate Burgess)Back row (L-R): Jenna McCarthy,Grace Austvold, Eric Austvold, Stephanie Iodice, Kelley Smith, Kiera Joujoute, Valene Hickey; Front row (L-R): Kate Chammas, Stephanie Wilson, Erin McMurray, Liz Davison, Rebecca Guarino; (Not pictured: Kate Burgess)

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1 I'm just sayin' January 10, 2019 at 7:52 AM

A huge thanks to all the sponsors and to Kindergroup and the dedicated group of moms on the Santa Day Committee for continuing this tradition! As one who was there in the field waiting for Santa and his head elf to arrive, it is a tradition that would be sadly missed if it were not for the efforts of many who work so tirelessly to fundraise, donate money and raffle prizes, decorate, organize, volunteer on the day both in and out of the Community House and clean up, not only that day, but in January when they take down and store all the decorations for the following year, so that the Community House will look festive for any functions happening during the Christmas season.

Thank you to all who are involved in making this tradition the success that it continues to be!!

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