Kylie Poindexter, of Scott Air Force Base, flashes a smile after getting a gift from Santa Claus during an Operation Homecoming event coordinated for area children and those of parents at Scott Air Force Base which is nearby. Each child received three stocking stuffer gifts and one larger toy they got to choose, eat cookies, drink hot chocolate, visit with Santa and also get school supplies if they needed them. About a hundred children came to the event in the first hour.
Kylie Poindexter, of Scott Air Force Base, flashes a smile after getting a gift from Santa Claus during an Operation Homecoming event coordinated for area children and those of parents at Scott Air Force Base which is nearby. Each child received three stocking stuffer gifts and one larger toy they got to choose, eat cookies, drink hot chocolate, visit with Santa and also get school supplies if they needed them. About a hundred children came to the event in the first hour. Steve Nagy snagy@bnd.com
Kylie Poindexter, of Scott Air Force Base, flashes a smile after getting a gift from Santa Claus during an Operation Homecoming event coordinated for area children and those of parents at Scott Air Force Base which is nearby. Each child received three stocking stuffer gifts and one larger toy they got to choose, eat cookies, drink hot chocolate, visit with Santa and also get school supplies if they needed them. About a hundred children came to the event in the first hour. Steve Nagy snagy@bnd.com

Spread Christmas cheer by donating toys to military families

November 30, 2017 11:02 AM

UPDATED December 01, 2017 01:31 AM

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