Holiday House Helps Kids Shop

Posted: December 4, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Kindergartners head to the checkout station Monday in the Holiday House at Bellview Elementary in Rogers after shopping for gifts. The temporary gift shop held in the school’s gym is hosted annually by the Parent Teacher Association.

Kids are the ones playing Santa at the Bellview Elementary School Holiday House. Kindergartner Lexie Brooks bought presents for mom and dad on Monday, but she also got a mouse and ball for the family cat.

At A Glance

What Is It?

The Bellview Holiday House opened Saturday during the school’s Breakfast with Santa event and will be open through Thursday. Parent volunteers staff the shop. The event is a service project of the Bellview Parent Teacher Organization.

Source: Staff Report

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