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Deputy Rick Baldi (left) greets Nora and Nathan Alvarez during a private Saturday, Dec. 15 event for local fire victims. Attendees of the invite-only event at the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station enjoyed pancakes and entertainment as well as receiving toys and other donations. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Santa makes his grand entrance at the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station event.
Deputy Joe Telles (right) — pictured here with Mia Kay (left) and Selene Telles — volunteered for the day to give out the scarves and pajamas prepared for the families affected by the Woolsey Fire.
Carolers from Calabasas High School perform under the direction of Josh Barroll.
Kitty Kat Clown creates balloon art for attendees.
Santa makes a grand entry.
Dana Rodallega greets Santa Claus.
Staff Report
12:30 pm PST December 17, 2018

St. Nick and various charitable helpers delivered some early Christmas cheer to local fire victims Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station.

Between visiting with the big man in red, receiving balloon animals, enjoying merry tunes from Calabasas High School carolers and chowing down on pancakes, children at the invite-only event were allowed to select one large toy or two small toys. The toys were collected through the sheriff’s station’s annual December toy drive for needy families.

Also participating in the event were Motor 4 Kids and Every Child’s Dream Foundation. 

The event was co-hosted by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Malibu/Lost Hills Station along with Los Angeles County Fire Department and California Highway Patrol.