Amp Harris Productions and Prime 47 Carmel helped to provide over 300 children with toys.
“What I’m taught every Sunday is you give and you give and God will bless you,” Johnson said.
Through the neighborhood social network Nextdoor, residents are able to share their favorite holiday spots.
Members of IMPD spent part of the day bringing unexpected holiday cheer to dozens on families.
In addition to learning about health care, visitors also got free health checkups.
Many of the toys came from you, our WISH-TV viewers.
The theatre was built in 1922 as a silent movie theater complete with an orchestra pit and full stage with dressing rooms below.
Santa is also expected to make an appearance at the festival.
Eight-year-old Hunter Lenk took the initiative to collect the blankets, and as of Monday he had collected over 125 blankets.
What makes IMPD’s clothe a child different from other charity events is that kids also had the opportunity to see the caring side of officer…
The event will come to life on Friday and Saturday.
Funding for the Jimmy Stewart Legacy Award is being made possible by a Lilly Endowment grant.
“I felt like I was having the greatest time of my life,” Ayden McGee said.
It relocated from the John H. Boner Community Center to make room for a growing operation.