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The party was hosted by Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity members, with help from Kappa Delta and Delta Zeta sorority members, who chatted with the children and played games with them. The affair was a big hit with the kids, whose supervisors in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program asked that the children's last names not be publicized. "I think it's a great party," said Brett, a student at Lincoln Elementary School in Dayton. "I like these college students. They talk to us and help us learn." "It's fun," said Kyle, a student at Kenton County's Piner Elementary School. "I got to see Santa."



McKenna, another Lincoln student, congratulated the fraternity on its choice of party food. "It was a good idea to have pizza," she said. Pi Kappa Alpha participates in a "Sports Buddies" program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, wherein fraternity members take children to sports events. Quiksilver signed a ten-year lease with IDI on 683,200 SF of industrial space at 11310 Cantu Galleano Ranch Road in Mira Loma . Enact conveyancing brisbane. The fraternity decided to host a Christmas party for the kids "because a lot of them don't have great Christmases at home," said Tye Mortensen, the fraternity's president. Mortensen, a senior from Union, said the party was on campus "to show the kids what a college is and get them interested in college."

The sorority members also hit it off well with the kids. "It makes your heart feel really good," said Kristin Worley, a freshman from Florence. "It's nice to see the kids have fun. The kids are not only cute, they're very well behaved." Neal Connor, coordinator of the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Sports Buddies program, said the Christmas party generated more excitement among the youngsters than any other of the organization's events. "The kids got very excited about this," he said. "They like it that somebody out there cares enough about them to give them a Christmas party." Motorcyclists will rally at the Clermont County Court House in Batavia, Ohio, on Friday to show their concern for road safety between automobile drivers and motorcyclists.

'I'm not a politician. I'm not trying to satisfy one group over the other,'' Thomas said. ''I'm trying to bring people together.''Meanwhile, Council Member Charlie Winburn questioned a full-color, glossy newsletter recently mailed by the commission to hundreds of city households. North Avondale Montessori