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  • You won't believe what this 5-year-old asked Santa for Christmas

    Elise Imbert of Gulfport asked Santa for $1,000 to help needy kids and pets for Christmas. She didn't want toys because she had everything she needed. Elise's parents and Santa helped grant Elise's wish, and she's giving $500 to Tired Dog Rescue and $500 to Junior Auxiliary of Gulfport.

Elise Imbert of Gulfport asked Santa for $1,000 to help needy kids and pets for Christmas. She didn't want toys because she had everything she needed. Elise's parents and Santa helped grant Elise's wish, and she's giving $500 to Tired Dog Rescue and $500 to Junior Auxiliary of Gulfport. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald
Elise Imbert of Gulfport asked Santa for $1,000 to help needy kids and pets for Christmas. She didn't want toys because she had everything she needed. Elise's parents and Santa helped grant Elise's wish, and she's giving $500 to Tired Dog Rescue and $500 to Junior Auxiliary of Gulfport. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald

She asked Santa for money, but the reason behind it is true Christmas spirit

December 29, 2016 11:58 AM