Fifth Annual Cleveland Police Children’s Holiday Party

Santa listens while little Tyra Williams explains what she wants for Christmas.

Santa listens while little Tyra Williams explains what she wants for Christmas.

On Saturday, December 13, 2014 the Fifth Annual Cleveland Police Children’s Holiday Party was held at Cleveland Public Hall. Over 1500 children and 700 adults from all parts of the city were invited by the Cleveland Police Athletic League organization under the guidance of its director retired C.P.D. Sergeant Bob Kumazec.

The children and the adult chaperones enjoyed food, participated in games, and received presents from Santa, who took time out of his busy schedule to visit with the kids. Also on hand were officers, dispatchers and other volunteers, including family members, from the CPD who assisted with the games, and interacted with the children to ensure they had an extra special good time at the event.

A big thank you goes out to all who attended and all the volunteers who donated their time, talent, and money to make sure this party was one to remember.


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