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Pueblo, Colorado – IntelliTec College in Pueblo will host its much anticipated annual Holiday Party on December 23rd. Students and staff are encouraged to bring friends and families to enjoy refreshments and celebrate the Holiday with a visit from Santa. In addition to the holiday festivities, IntelliTec has again taken part in the Salvation Army Angel Tree program to provide new clothing and toys to local children in need.
The 6th annual IntelliTec Holiday Party will take place in the Tec Café and conference room from 2-4pm. Partygoers can enjoy hot cocoa, Holiday cookies, gift giveaways and a free picture with Santa. Children will also receive a gift from Santa’s sack. At last year’s party Santa saw over 200 children and hopes to see even more this year. There will be a drawing as well with the grand prize of a brand new Nexus 7 tablet.
Director of Education Kent Burger says that the Holiday party “is a very popular event and that’s why we continue to do it year after year.” It gives students and staff alike a chance to relax and simply enjoy the holiday season with their peers.
Every year IntelliTec participates in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program. This program provides new clothing and/or toys for children in need around the community. A Christmas tree decorated with 60 angel tags containing the name, age and gender of a child was placed in the main building of the school. Students, staff and faculty were able to choose one or more names from the tree and purchase gifts for the child or children described on the tags. All the gifts were recently picked from the campus up by the Salvation Army to be distributed for a Christmas day surprise.
Kent Burger – Director of Education
IntelliTec College in Pueblo