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By Whitney Wyatt/The Red River Sun—
CHILDRESS – It’s a holly jolly Christmas when Santa comes to town early.
“It was joy for everyone from one to 100,” said Judy Johnson, Christmas in the Park committee member. “After being a tough year with COVID-19 and vandalism, Santa brightened our Christmas.”
More than 100 cars full of families drove through the Christmas in the Park Presents Santa event from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 20, Johnson said. It was also the first time Santa has made an appearance in Christmas in the Park’s 25 years.
“Lots and lots of children got to see Santa,” Johnson added. “Christmas In the Park makes me as happy as it makes the children.”
Seeing all of the waving families made Johnson smile. She said it was refreshing to see Santa.
“We love being able to decorate and bring joy to others,” Johnson explained. “Some Christmas are not as fancy as others, but everyone can go to the park and enjoy all of its beauty.”