District's Most Disadvantaged Children to Welcome North Pole Visitor

Tuesday, December 16, 2008 General News
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Autistic and Severely Intellectually Disabled Students Receive Gifts from Santa at State-of-Art Facility



Contact: Kerry Graue, [email protected] at 212-966-9000, x 4

Rebecca Hill, [email protected] at 202-350-8644



/PRNewswire - Dec. 15/



WHO: Students of St. Coletta of Greater Washington with autism and intellectual disabilities WHAT: Santa and his elves, the therapists of St. Coletta, will be handing out gifts and spreading holiday cheer to the students WHY: More than 70 percent of students live below the poverty line. For many, this is their only chance of celebrating and receiving gifts this holiday season. WHERE: St. Coletta of Greater Washington 1901 Independence Ave. SE Washington, D.C. WHEN Tuesday, December 16 1:00 PM

SOURCE St. Coletta of Greater Washington


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