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PRESS PHOTO BY LOU WHEELAND  Jason Brunnabend holds daughter Cassidy as Santa shares gifts with all the children. PRESS PHOTO BY LOU WHEELAND Jason Brunnabend holds daughter Cassidy as Santa shares gifts with all the children.
Jordan Brunnabend receives a gift from Santa. Jordan Brunnabend receives a gift from Santa.
A large crowd of supporters gathered at the Brunnabend home to meet Santa and support the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. A large crowd of supporters gathered at the Brunnabend home to meet Santa and support the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
Press photos by Lou Wheeland Santa's helpers and elves Aimsley Mattox; Maddy Gillespie; Nicole Shellhamer; Jordan Brunnabend; Courtney Gillespie; Santa; Cassidy Brunnabend; Lisa Brunnabend; Makayla Brunnabend; Dominic Gorr; Bill Gillespie; Charles Howard; Linda Gorr; Arlan Wright line up for a group photo. Press photos by Lou Wheeland Santa's helpers and elves Aimsley Mattox; Maddy Gillespie; Nicole Shellhamer; Jordan Brunnabend; Courtney Gillespie; Santa; Cassidy Brunnabend; Lisa Brunnabend; Makayla Brunnabend; Dominic Gorr; Bill Gillespie; Charles Howard; Linda Gorr; Arlan Wright line up for a group photo.

Santa visits Brunnabend fundraiser

Thursday, January 1, 2015 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in Local News

Good Will Fire Co. No.1 of Trexlertown was out and about with Santa Claus Dec. 20 spreading good will and holiday cheer.

They stopped at the Brunnabend home along Travers Road to share presents and meet Cassidy Brunnabend, 4, who was recently diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.

At their home, family and friends were holding a hot chocolate fundraiser to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.

And, with the support of a $65,000 grant from the Tommy Hilfiger Corporation, the donations will go twice as far.