Christmas cheers the Beach

Greyson, 2 1/2, arrived at his big meeting with Santa Claus already dreaming of Christmas gifts on Dec. 13. Greyson and his sister Magnolia, 7, were among dozens of Beach kids to visit with Santa in the Kew Williams cottage last Saturday. Organized by the Rotary Club of Toronto Beach, Santa's visit gave families a chance to donate food and toys to Community Centre 55's Share-A-Christmas campaign. PHOTO: Andrew Hudson
Greyson, 2 1/2, arrived at his big meeting with Santa Claus already dreaming of Christmas gifts on Dec. 13. Greyson and his sister Magnolia, 7, were among dozens of Beach kids to visit with Santa in the Kew Williams cottage last Saturday. Organized by the Rotary Club of Toronto Beach, Santa’s visit gave families a chance to donate food and toys to Community Centre 55’s Share-A-Christmas campaign.
PHOTO: Andrew Hudson

The Christmas spirit is alive and well in the Beach, with events for just about everyone wanting to celebrate. The past few weeks have seen a number of festive gatherings throughout the neighbourhood.

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