Santa sounds a lot like former Rotarian Ron Olivett. Ho, ho, ho.
For the 18th year Englewood Rotary, hosted Head Start preschoolers at a holiday lunch. The kids walked from their Village for Early Childhood Education on Powers Avenue in Littleton to the Douglas Buck Community Recreation Center. 
Rotarians helped them through the buffet line, selecting burgers and hot dogs, chips, Jello and cookies. At tables of eight Rotarians engaged the kids in chit chat until the Big Hour. That's when volunteer pianist extraordinaire Cheryl Saborsky played "Here Comes Santa Claus." And here he came, much to the kids' delight. Santa stopped at each lunch table, said "Merry Christmas" and dropped off trinkets.
Then up on stage, Santa greeted each child, one by one. Rotarians Dawn and Diane helped the children tote a giant bag that Rotarians had filled with winter outfits in their exact sizes and toys, of course. 
Englewood Rotary received a $2,000 grant from Walmart to  help with the cost of the gifts. Englewood Walmart employees helped with the shopping and gift wrapping, as well. 
Rotarian Dr. Frank Sargent leads this project every year. "I just love you kids," he told the group. And they love him, an experienced grandfather.