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November 21, 2007

Albany - You can make a wish come true for a child spending the holidays in a shelter. For the fourth year, Albany Recreation and Parks is teaming up with The Bridge and Liberty House, two shelters that house children who may have been abused, abandoned or neglected.

Children wrote letters to Santa with their wish lists. Now you can help Santa make those wishes come true. Kristin Caso said, "This has made a huge difference in the Christmas times for these kids the last couple of years. Just a little bit of effort is worth it to make a child's holiday that much better." And to make it even easier for you, you can drop your gifts off unwrapped!

Last year, more than 60 children had their wish lists fulfilled. If you would like to make a wish come true for a child, stop by the Albany Recreation and Parks Department in Tift Park by December 7th to pick up a wish list.

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