‘Santa, Stories and Steaks’ Raises Funds For Children

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 12/16/2013 12:26 am

The Child Care Council of Kentucky raised awareness and funds for their organization today during “Santa, Stories and Steaks.”

Texas Roadhouse on Lakecrest Circle hosted the event.

The restaurant donated a portion of their sales today to the CCC.

Organizers said the day included pictures with Santa, crafts, face painting, and holiday stories read every hour by local celebrities.

The CCC said the money raised today will go to fund their programs.

“Our agency helps parents locally and throughout the state when it comes to accessing quality childcare and training childcare providers,” Bradley Stevenson, CCC Director, said.

This is the first time for the CCC and Texas Roadhouse to partner on this event.

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