Santa’s Helpers

Acting Consumer and Industry Contact Manager Michelle Cotton along with Operation Santa Coordinator Kathy Jaramillo showcase some of the many letters received from children.

Acting Consumer and Industry Contact Manager Michelle Cotton along with Operation Santa Coordinator Kathy Jaramillo showcase some of the many letters received from children.

During this past holiday season, many children received more than festively wrapped presents and good cheer. Helpful Colorado/Wyoming District employee volunteers, also known as Santa’s elves, worked diligently to respond to letters received from children in Colorado, Wyoming and surrounding states. More than 60 employees personally responded to 4,000 letters received from children.

Operation Santa Coordinator Kathy Jaramillo enjoys the opportunity to brighten the smiles of children during the holidays.

“I’ve really enjoyed reading the letters that children have written to Santa,” said Jaramillo.

Acting Consumer and Industry Contact Manager Michelle Cotton is particularly grateful for the dedicated efforts by volunteers.

“I want to thank everyone who wrote letters, donated stamps and gave of their time to make Operation Santa 2014 such a success,” said Cotton. “Without the dedication of our volunteers, we could not have provided such a Merry Christmas to the over 4,000 children that received return letters from Santa.

“I also want to give a special thanks to our Operation Santa Coordinator Kathy Jaramillo who spent countless hours preparing and sending out packets to all our Santa’s helpers.”

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