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Full-time faculty and staff invited to President's Christmas Party Saturday, Dec. 3

Full-time faculty and staff and their families are invited to attend the President’s Family Christmas Party Saturday, Dec. 3, from 9 a.m. to noon in the Wilkinson Student Center.

The party will feature several events for the entire family, including children’s crafts, entertainment by youth groups from around the valley, refreshments, kid’s games and pictures with Cosmo and Santa Claus. For older children, there will be a screening of "Elf" at approximately 9 a.m. at the Varsity Theater.

President and Sister Samuelson will also be available to greet employees and their families.

The BYU Bookstore will take pictures of families with Santa and provide a free copy of the photo. Those wishing to take pictures with Cosmo must use their own cameras.

For more information, contact Ron Jones at ext. 2-8136.

Writer: Brian Rust

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