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Utah kids share 'Cookies with Santa'



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MURRAY -- Santa left the North Pole a little early this year to spend Saturday night with some special Utah kids.

Children of all ages dressed in their pajamas and joined Jolly Old Saint Nick at A Wishing Place in Murray for the Make-A-Wish Foundation's "Cookies with Santa" event.

Utah kids share 'Cookies with Santa'

The kids did craft projects, read "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" and enjoyed cookies and juice.

They also got a chance to tell Santa what's on their Christmas list this year.

"When they see Santa their eyes just light up," said Christine McAtee, the director of Community Outreach for Make-A-Wish. "They get so excited to tell him the things that they want. I asked them and they won't tell me, because then they won't get it."

The director of the event said it's a great opportunity for kids to come have some fun and just be kids again.

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