Santa helps out local 4-H Club

  • Wednesday, December 4, 2019 10:50am
  • Life

ARLINGTON – Santa is just a good guy all-around.

Not only goes he deliver gifts around the world on Christmas, he also markets the big event by appearing at various places during much of the month of December.

Last Saturday, Santa was in Arlington at the Co-op Supply on Olympic Avenue.

He donated his time appearing in photographs not only with children, but also with animals and adults.

Sister Paisley and brother Leo Wagenseller of Arlington were among the kids.

Among the animals were various dogs, but some llamas also came by to have their picture taken with Santa.

The photo opportunity was a fund-raiser put on by the Bark ‘n Time 4H Club.

Sister Paisley and brother Leo talk with Santa in Arlington last Saturday. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Sister Paisley and brother Leo talk with Santa in Arlington last Saturday. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Sister Paisley and brother Leo talk with Santa in Arlington last Saturday. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Sister Paisley and brother Leo talk with Santa in Arlington last Saturday. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

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