Grinch visits, but doesn’t steal Christmas

  • Dec. 15, 2009 3:00 p.m.

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While most kids are eager to tell the fat guy in the red suit with the white beard what they want under their tree this year, others chose to take a walk on the wild side and spend some quality time with the infamous Grinch Who Stole Christmas. With him are the Schatschneider kids featuring Brant and Jayce in the back row and Jayda, Mattea and Keeya in the front sitting with Max the dog, also known as Jackie Stratton. Playing the role of the evil one is RaeAnn Keessar. The gathering was at T. Lowe Photography in downtown Rimbey with proceeds from the photo shoot being forwarded to Kris Quaife and family who lost their Bluffton home to fire.

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