If your student group is looking to do something special for children in the Rochester community this Christmas, be a part of the Community Service Network’s Secret Santa program.

The CSN has letters to Santa from 19 children from a classroom in Rochester. Each group that participates in the program, which promises to be rewarding and fun, will receive one of the letters and then pick a present from the list to give to the child.

Presents must be dropped off by Friday, Dec. 12, so that they can be delivered in time.

If your group wants to participate in the program, you can stop by Morey 307B tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. You can also email mo002k@mail.rochester.edu or kw004k@mail.rochester.edu to inquire about the program.

Egan can be reached at cegan@campustimes.org.

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