Annual Brunch with Santa benefits Coleman's Child and Adolescent Services

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More than 70 people attended the fourth annual Brunch with Santa at the Rusty Nail in Twin Lakes recently.

As in past years, the Rusty Nail donated a portion of the proceeds from the event to the Coleman Foundation to support Coleman's Child and Adolescent Services. Santa (Tom Dawe) took time to visit with the patrons and to listen to each child's Christmas wishes.

"We are so grateful to the Rusty Nail for their continued support for Coleman's services, especially those that help the youngest members of our community," said Morgan Goldthwaite, director of Events and Annual Giving at the Coleman Foundation.

The Coleman Foundation is a philanthropic organization designed to support children, families and older adults who are facing mental health and rehabilitation challenges.

The foundation supports Coleman Professional Services and other organizations that provide excellence in advocacy, leadership and education in mental health and rehabilitation services.

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