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Airmen make special Christmas delivery to foster families

Airmen make special Christmas delivery to foster families



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(KSL News) Utah foster families will have a special Christmas thanks to some of Santa's helpers in uniform.

About 50 Hill Air Force Base airmen made special deliveries to foster families today. They delivered much-needed gifts to families throughout Weber, Morgan, Davis and Cache counties.

The airmen say today's deliveries warmed their hearts. "For this time of the year, it makes you feel like you're doing something a little special for those that need a little bit during the holiday season," said Master Sgt. Matthew Matysik, of the 419th Fighter Wing.

All the gifts were made possible by donations from the community, collected by Utah Foster Care Foundation.

Anyone interested in donating to the Utah Foster Care can click the related link.

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