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What do you do when a Grinch tries to steal your Christmas? You come together as a community and bring it back better than ever.
That's what folks in Sioux City are doing for Santa's House.
What Santa House volunteers wanted for Christmas was a new camera and Santa delivered.
"I got here tonight, unlocked the doors and there were 2 new cameras on the photo center table. I'm not sure exactly where they came from," said Michelle Gaukel, a Santa House volunteer.
Santa's early Christmas present replaced two cameras stolen sometime Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
You see, take a picture with Santa and he donates all proceeds to the Sergeant Bluff Kiwanis Youth Program and Children's Miracle Network. That's a Network that saved 2.5 year old Rylen's life when he was born at just 29 weeks.
Rylen's mother Michelle Willer said, "The Network provided all the equipment that kept him alive. Without them, and their support, he wouldn't be here."
Thanks to the Children's Miracle Network, Rylen gets to meet Santa Claus. Like so many other kids, when meeting St. Nick, Rylen was a big frightened.
The Network and the donations are still there though and thanks to the robbery, they're piling up more than ever.
Gaukel said, "Instead of just maybe just $5 for a photo, they might be dropping in $10 or $15."
So come one, come all because nothing's taking the spirit out of Santa's house.
You can visit Santa's House in the main level of the Sioux City Hotel through December 22nd.