Operation Santa Hat: Success


The first Operation Santa Hat was held in downtown Clinton this past weekend. The event was the brainchild of Steve Boyette, who sold his idea of a group photograph of attendees wearing Santa hats as a lure to bring former schoolmates together in Clinton for a mini-reunion during the Christmas holidays. The first Santa hat event took place on the courthouse square Saturday, Dec. 26, but it won’t be the last. Thirty-five attended, and due to the relatively large turnout for a first time event it was judged by participants as a big success, with all in favor of making it an annual event. Boyette said he intends to enlist aid from two friends to help make plans for a bigger and better Santa hat event next year.


The first Operation Santa Hat was held in downtown Clinton this past weekend. The event was the brainchild of Steve Boyette, who sold his idea of a group photograph of attendees wearing Santa hats as a lure to bring former schoolmates together in Clinton for a mini-reunion during the Christmas holidays. The first Santa hat event took place on the courthouse square Saturday, Dec. 26, but it won’t be the last. Thirty-five attended, and due to the relatively large turnout for a first time event it was judged by participants as a big success, with all in favor of making it an annual event. Boyette said he intends to enlist aid from two friends to help make plans for a bigger and better Santa hat event next year.

The first Operation Santa Hat was held in downtown Clinton this past weekend. The event was the brainchild of Steve Boyette, who sold his idea of a group photograph of attendees wearing Santa hats as a lure to bring former schoolmates together in Clinton for a mini-reunion during the Christmas holidays. The first Santa hat event took place on the courthouse square Saturday, Dec. 26, but it won’t be the last. Thirty-five attended, and due to the relatively large turnout for a first time event it was judged by participants as a big success, with all in favor of making it an annual event. Boyette said he intends to enlist aid from two friends to help make plans for a bigger and better Santa hat event next year.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_SantaHatpic.jpgThe first Operation Santa Hat was held in downtown Clinton this past weekend. The event was the brainchild of Steve Boyette, who sold his idea of a group photograph of attendees wearing Santa hats as a lure to bring former schoolmates together in Clinton for a mini-reunion during the Christmas holidays. The first Santa hat event took place on the courthouse square Saturday, Dec. 26, but it won’t be the last. Thirty-five attended, and due to the relatively large turnout for a first time event it was judged by participants as a big success, with all in favor of making it an annual event. Boyette said he intends to enlist aid from two friends to help make plans for a bigger and better Santa hat event next year.
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