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Ballston Spa fundraiser benefits WGY's Christmas Wish program

December 16, 2017 06:41 PM

BALLSTON SPA -- A breakfast with Santa on Saturday will benefit a campaign that provides critical care services to underprivileged or homeless children.

Saturday marked the 38th year of WGY’s Christmas Wish program. It donates money to more than a 100 children's organizations in the northeast. The fundraiser was held at Curtis Lumber in Ballston Spa.

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"The late WGY personality Don Weeks always wanted to do something to help the needy people,” said Kendra Curtis of Curtis Lumber. “He started out by giving mittens and that went such a long way that he decided to make this a thing. It's grown ever since."

NewsChannel 13's Kelly Lynch was one of the on-air personalities at the event.

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