Sealy PD’s Blue Santa Has Been Busy

The Sealy Police Department’s Blue Santa was out and about bringing Christmas joy. The annual Blue Santa program brings toys to children of the area who are less fortunate. 

This year, the Sealy High School National Honor Roll Society and Student Council helped wrap and sort the gifts for the Blue Santa program. (click images for larger view)

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Once the presents were finished, it was just a matter of Blue Santa making his way around.

 

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Sealy Police Chief Jay Reeves released the following statement:

I would like to thank all of our wonderful businesses and citizens that made this years Blue Santa a major success. With your generous donations, we were able to give gifts to over 30 families with a total in excess of 75 children!!! A special thank you to all the officers that gave of their time and money to purchase and deliver gifts to children that would have woke up Christmas morning with nothing under their tree. Captain Scott Riske, Investigator Keith Drlik, Detective Sergeant James Long, Officer John Fullen, Sealy ISD Chief Shannon Culpepper and last but not least, Officer Tia Argueta. Officer Argueta worked all year to secure donations and locate families in need, you all are heroes.

Jay Reeves
SPD Chief of Police