When: Sat., Dec. 20, 1-4 p.m. 2014
SPONSORED -- Do you have kids ages 3-12? Do they like to do a little Holiday shopping? Then bring them by for a unique experience where they get to do all the shopping and you can sit and drink hot chocolate and eat yummy pastries donated by Panera. Helper “Elves” assist kids with their holiday shopping for family and friends. The gifts are then wrapped and they leave with a bag of inexpensive, under-the-tree-ready-wrapped gifts. “The most important part of this venture is that, as a customer, you know 100% of your purchase will go right back into helping the at-risk kids served by Big Brothers Big Sisters,” Barkhurst said. About Big Brothers Big Sisters: The organization serves children in low-income, single parent, and military families or households where a parent is incarcerated. Independent studies find once enrolled in the program, children are more likely than their peers to stay out of trouble, stay in school, and graduate.
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