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Woman gets High 5 for spreading holiday cheer with homemade gifts


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MURRAY -- With Christmas Eve being Thursday, we wanted to help spread the holiday spirit with a special High 5 surprise.

Larae Kajma wanted to teach her family a thing or two about service and ended up sharing that lesson with the entire community.

She works at Hillcrest Junior High in Murray and rushed to work for a meeting. She quickly learned there was no meeting and her son, Richard Kajma, had nominated her for a High 5.

Larae says giving "makes you feel good. That's it. Just makes you feel good."

A High 5 to Larae for the hundreds of gifts she has made through the years. And, we're told she does things all year round to make people feel special.

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E-mail: bwalker@ksl.com

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Brooke Walker

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