Lesley Clark, Christine Sherman, Linda Donhauser, Sandra Bradley and Charlene Minnie were busy wrapping gifts during the Children’s Christmas Workshop Saturday at the People Place. (Lisa Mazurek/Morning Star)

Vernon workshop spreads Christmas cheer

Children’s Christmas Workshop enables kids to feel the joy of giving

Kids are getting in the season of giving.

The Children’s Christmas Workshop took place Saturday at People Place – where kids could purchase gifts for their loved ones at a price that wouldn’t break their piggy bank.

Gifts ranging in price from five cents to $1 were picked out and then wrapped for kids at the 12th annual event.

To learn more about the annual event, click here.



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Georgia Bruton, Jayden Strachan, Cynthia Winthrope, Alexandra MacKinnon, Sandra Bradley (Organizer/Red Head Real Estate), Erin Cassels and Holly Malfair (We Care Sponsor) were all on hand to help kids pick out gifts for their loved ones at the Children’s Christmas workshop Saturday at the People Place. Kalamalka Secondary school leadership students also participated in the event. (Lisa Mazurek/Morning Star)

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