PHOTOS: Kids have fun at Christmas Tree Light-Up

Clearwater Rotary Club hosts annual Christmas Tree Light-Up at Infocentre

Emilia Rotzetter tells Santa Claus what she wants for Christmas. They were taking part in the annual Christmas Tree Light-up hosted by Clearwater Rotary Club at the Wells Gray Infocentre on Sunday evening. For more photos and video of the event, go to www.clearwatertimes.com.

Clearwater Rotary Club hosted its annual Christmas Tree Light-Up on Sunday evening, Dec. 3 at the Wells Gray Infocentre.

A good-sized crowd turned out to sing carols, decorate cookies, write letters to Santa, and tell Santa what they want for Christmas.

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Sam Selbee (l) and Alex Kramer serve hamburgers and hot dogs to the many participants.

Leif Haring subjects some coloured syrup to the taste test as he decorates a cookie.

Tyson Luedtke looks as his daughter, Emily, points to something of interest on the wall. He was helping her decorate a cookie during Christmas Tree Light-Up.

Stacey Hedman gives her son Justin a hand as he writes a letter to Santa Claus.

Kaylea Prince sits with her daughters Jade, age two years, and Eralyn, age five months.

Jayda Englot warms her mittens over an open fire during Christmas Tree Light-Up. All photos by Keith McNeill

(L-r) Kash Baker, Olivea Wall and Jessica Baker enjoy cups of hot chocolate in a quiet corner of the Infocentre.

Richard Stroh demonstrates how Santa Claus goes up the chimney by touching his nose as he reads “The Night Before Christmas.”

Santa gets ready to receive his young guests on the steps of the Wells Gray Infocentre. He arrived and left by firetruck.

Lynden Spooner tells Santa Claus what he wants for Christmas.

Santa Claus listens as Caleb Blair tells him what he wants for Christmas.

Mrs. Claus stands in front of the Christmas Tree by the Infocentre.

A mother uses her cellphone to take a photo of her children with Santa Claus.

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