By Camille Lyon Posted December 17, 2008
Lowry High School’s Spanish Club hosted their annual Santa’s Village for the community on December 13.
There was an array of crafts to choose from such as gingerbread purses and lollipop ornaments. Santa Clause even stopped by for some pictures.
The Spanish club has hosted this event to raise funds for trips and scholarships they give at the end of the year.
Mrs. Amie Godinez is the advisor of the Spanish club and has
hosted Santa’s Village for eight years. Spanish Club vice president Brad Pearce explained the event as “organized
Spanish Club has been preparing for this event by making
posters, ordering supplies, and setting up the cafeteria the night before. The Spanish Club had a successful Santa’s Village. All of the children present were having a good time as they constructed their holiday crafts while listening to Christmas music.