West New York Cuban Lions will play Santa at school for the blind

JERSEY CITY – The West New York Cuban Lions Club will visit the school of Saint Joseph for the Blind in Jersey City to bring them gifts, toys and clothing. For more than two months the club has been organizing this function, and will include a Christmas tree chosen and purchased by the members.
The visit will take place Dec. 18 at 10 a.m. Gifts will be distributed by Manny Reyes (Santas Claus) Erlinda Rodriguez, Vivian González and Sandra Paz and there will be a special appearance by the Three Kings. The Lions members will be accompanied by students from high schools attended by members of the club. All are welcome to attend.
Saint Joseph School for the Blind, 761 Summit Ave., Jersey City in Jersey City now has more space for disabled children and the partially blind, and is free to the community. There are only 70 students at the school.

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