Fort Rucker children speak out--'All I want for Christmas'
By Emily Brainard
December 18, 2009
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Jack Hunt, 10, fifth grade. "I would like an electric scooter with a seat."
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Faith Christinson, 10, fifth grade. "I want a cell phone - a touch phone."
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Emily Forrest, 10, fifth grade. "I want a golden retriever puppy, a turtle, a cell phone, a laptop and a Baby Alive (doll)."
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Passion Placencia, 5, kindergarten. "I want a Barbie and a princess with a castle."
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Hailey Edwards, 5, kindergarten. "I want a hair bow and a Barbie."
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Clyde Brown, 5, kindergarten. "I want a spider toy with a control and a car with a track."
FORT RUCKER, Ala. -- Children everywhere eagerly anticipate Christmas Day. Earlier this month, fifth graders from Teresa Vaughn's Fort Rucker Elementary School class shared what they hope Santa Claus will place under their trees this year.
Rebecca Killian's Fort Rucker Primary School kindergarten students wrote letters to Santa Claus also expressing their wish lists.
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