By Jeffery Smith email@example.com
CORNING - Winfield Elementary School kindergarten student Landon LaFever said he really enjoyed seeing Santa Friday at the second-annual Senior Center Kindergarten Christmas Party Friday and of course the gifts he received.
The event featured a chance for kindergarteners make Christmas crafts, watch movies, enjoy lunch while the Leftovers entertained and receiving gifts from Santa Claus, said Clare Ann Berleue, a city recreation leader.
“Needles 'n Thread, a group at the Senior Center made stockings for all the nearly 55 kids at the event and then filled them up with goodies,” Berleue said. “The kids really enjoyed receiving them from Santa.”
Chuck King, director at the Senior Center, said everything at the event went very well.
“It’s was amazing day,” King said. “The seniors and the children made this a perfect day. Everyone enjoyed it.”
Kyla Salyerds, a kindergarten student, agreed.
“It was a really good time,” Salyerds said. “I got to see Santa Claus.”
King said the kindergarten students certainly weren’t the only people enjoying their time at the Christmas Party.
“All the seniors seemed to have a great time too,” King said.