South Side children get a visit from Santa
December 13, 2009 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Santa Claus made a stop Sunday on the South Side at a holiday party for children.
The gathering was hosted by the Old Neighborhood Italian American club.
More than 125 children who are living with cerebral palsy attended, along with their families.
There were pictures, presents and plenty of food for everyone to enjoy.
Organizers say the annual party is a day to celebrate coming together at the holidays and the generosity of everyone who makes this event possible.
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