With lights and music throughout the courtyard, Helen Haller Elementary’s Parent Teacher Organization hosted a Winter Wonderland on Dec. 16 with lights, popcorn, music, hot cocoa, a photo booth and an appearance by Santa Claus. Here, Samantha Rossi takes a selfie with her daughters Olive and Elliana. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

With lights and music throughout the courtyard, Helen Haller Elementary’s Parent Teacher Organization hosted a Winter Wonderland on Dec. 16 with lights, popcorn, music, hot cocoa, a photo booth and an appearance by Santa Claus. Here, Samantha Rossi takes a selfie with her daughters Olive and Elliana. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Helen Haller hosts Winter Wonderland

With lights and music throughout the courtyard, Helen Haller Elementary’s Parent Teacher Organization hosted a Winter Wonderland on Dec. 16 with lights, popcorn, music, hot cocoa, a photo booth and an appearance by Santa Claus. Here, Samantha Rossi takes a selfie with her daughters Olive and Elliana. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Helen Haller’s PTO hosted a Winter Wonderland on Dec. 16 with lights, popcorn, music, hot cocoa, a photo booth and an appearance by Santa Claus. Here, parent volunteer Robyn Bacchus preps popcorn for a long line of visitors. Samantha Rossi takes a selfie with her daughters Olive and Elliana. Sequim Gazette photos by Matthew Nash

By Matthew Nash

Sequim Gazette

Helen Haller’s PTO hosted a Winter Wonderland on Dec. 16 with lights, popcorn, music, hot cocoa, a photo booth and an appearance by Santa Claus. Here, parent volunteer Robyn Bacchus preps popcorn for a long line of visitors. Samantha Rossi takes a selfie with her daughters Olive and Elliana. Sequim Gazette photos by Matthew Nash

Helen Haller’s PTO hosted a Winter Wonderland on Dec. 16 with lights, popcorn, music, hot cocoa, a photo booth and an appearance by Santa Claus. Here, parent volunteer Robyn Bacchus preps popcorn for a long line of visitors. Samantha Rossi takes a selfie with her daughters Olive and Elliana. Sequim Gazette photos by Matthew Nash

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