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Kimberly-Clark spreads holiday cheer

December 17, 2009
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TULSA, OK — With a little help from the Kimberly-Clark Corporation, students at Cooper Elementary School received an early visit from Santa Claus, according to KOTV-TV.
Jolly old Saint Nicholas made a surprise visit during yesterday''s all-school sing-along, and when students returned to their classrooms, a gift was waiting for each of them, the story stated.
In the holiday spirit of giving, Kimberly-Clark employees donated the more than 700 gifts for students and staff, the story noted.
Cooper Elementary School Principal Barbara Penrose said: "You look around and you see the — not just the employees of Kimberly-Clark and the tears in their eyes, but also the staff watching their kids open up presents — joy, utter joy."
The Kimberly-Clark Corporation also adopted the families of two students who died earlier this year from the H1N1 influenza A (swine flu) virus and gave them "a little something extra" to brighten their holiday, the story added.
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