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BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP/Photos by Arthur de Gaeta
BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP/Photos by Arthur de Gaeta

St. Anselm Catholic Academy’s annual Winter Wonderland was filled with smiles, Santa and some serious Christmas cheer on the weekend of December 9 and 10.

Children of all ages were welcome to join in on the festivities which included a toy giveaway, crafts, games in the Christmas Village, a photo-op with Santa and shopping for the day’s adult visitors.

“Winter Wonderland is a tradition that strengthens community relations and provides an opportunity for families to enjoy and capture the spirit of Christmas,” according to the Winter Wonderland Committee. “Since we brought Winter Wonderland back in 2010 we have had over 2,000 people attend each year.”

According to the committee, the day’s collected donations allow for St. Anselm to continue to provide an intensive academic curriculum and unparalleled youth activity programs to children both within and beyond the parish boundaries.

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