Volunteers spread cheer at Ruth Sokolof, OPD holiday parties

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Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2013 12:00 am

The Christmas spirit of giving spread through the hallways of South High School and the Westroads Mall on Sunday as hundreds of volunteers turned out for two traditional Omaha events.

More than 200 volunteers from area high schools were on hand at the Westroads for the 53rd annual Ruth Sokolof Christmas Party for visually impaired youngsters. The volunteers escorted a record 153 children as they picked out gifts for their parents and siblings.

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