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Student organizations and staff members at Archbishop Spalding High School will create a winter wonderland for 100 needy children in their cafeteria on Sunday.

The event will feature holiday treats, games, gifts, entertainment and a visit from Santa and his elves.

The school's Student Government Association donated $100, Students Against Drunk Driving donated $200, and the Key Club added school supplies valued at $250.

Linda and Joe Mrockowski, supervisors of the maintenance department, pitched in $100, the band supplied hats and gloves for the children, Spalding senior Leo Zerhusen donated 24 sets of baseball cards, and the cheerleaders and wrestling team have provided treats and will help serve at the party.

The Spalding community is looking for donations of new toys for boys and girls ages six months to 12 years, clean secondhand clothing for children, nonperishable food for a Christmas meals and wrapping paper, ribbons and name tags.

The Student Government Association, the classes of 1994 through 1997 and the National Honor Society have adopted local families in need and will be collecting nonperishable groceries and turkeys and delivering them during December.

To make contributions or for information, call 969-9105.

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