Pictured above: [seated] Stephanie Hines, Santa Claus; [standing foreground, left to right] Evan Bethards, Robert Rice, Paul Hutto, John Dammann, Brittney Watts, Anna Daily, Kelli Miller, George Beylouny, Wayne Moss, Brian Aaron, Gary Alpert; [standing, background] Kenny Klingman


WOODSTOCK, GA (Dec. 7, 2022) – The Rotary Club of Woodstock recently partnered with Oak Grove Elementary STEAM Academy to deliver Christmas cheer to 37 kids and their families. About 100 people, including school teachers, staff, and Rotarians, attended the club’s 31st Annual Christmas Party on December 6, 2022.

The evening included a DJ, magician, balloon animals by Robert Gennaro, ornament decorating, face painting, and, of course, a visit from Santa. Each family received a giant stocking filled with holiday treats.

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Santa waves to the children and families attending the 31st Annual Rotary Club of Woodstock Christmas Party on December 6, 2022.


Rotary Club of Woodstock President Anna Daily [left, front], members Brittney Watts [left, back] and Evan Bethards [right, front], and guest Neal McKinley [right, back] decorate ornaments during the festivities.


The children and their families were greeted with festive holiday decor.


Cullen Stacy, son of Rotary Club of Woodstock member Kelli Miller, helped prepare the stockings for the guests.




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