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Norwalk Police Bring Gifts To 150 Kids At Holiday Party

The Norwalk Community Police Unit held its annual Children's Holiday Party at Columbus Magnet School.
The Norwalk Community Police Unit held its annual Children's Holiday Party at Columbus Magnet School. Photo Credit: Norwalk Police Department
The Children's Holiday Party was sponsored by the Norwalk P.A.L.
The Children's Holiday Party was sponsored by the Norwalk P.A.L. Photo Credit: Norwalk Police Department
Retired Norwalk Officer Joe Kubik acted as Santa and handed out gifts
Retired Norwalk Officer Joe Kubik acted as Santa and handed out gifts Photo Credit: Norwalk Police Department
The Children's Holiday Party included lunch, entertainment and a gift to all 150 children who were invited.
The Children's Holiday Party included lunch, entertainment and a gift to all 150 children who were invited. Photo Credit: Norwalk Police Department
The Norwalk Police Department hosted the part to share the gift of giving with the city's most vulnerable children so they too could experience the warmth of the holiday season.
The Norwalk Police Department hosted the part to share the gift of giving with the city's most vulnerable children so they too could experience the warmth of the holiday season. Photo Credit: Norwalk Police Department
The Community Police Unit also raffled off 37 bicycles during the Children's Holiday Party.
The Community Police Unit also raffled off 37 bicycles during the Children's Holiday Party. Photo Credit: Norwalk Police Department

NORWALK, Conn. -- Thirty-seven bikes went to some lucky kids when the Norwalk Police Department Community Police Unit hosted its annual Children’s Holiday Party at Columbus Magnet School on Dec. 12.

The Norwalk P.A.L. sponsored the party. Lunch, entertainment and gifts were handed out to 150 children.

The B.J. Ryan’s Foundation provided food for the event and Santa, played by retired police officer Joe Kubik, distributed the presents.

Community Police Sergeant Tom Fern said that, unfortunately for some in Norwalk, the holiday season is just like any other day, as they struggle to put another meal on the table.

"The Norwalk Police Department and its many generous sponsors work hard to share the gift of giving with our city’s most vulnerable children so they too can experience the warmth of the holiday season."

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