SPARKY VISITS CHILDREN AT APPLEBEE'S HOLIDAY PARTY

Saturday, 12.01.2007 / 9:37 PM / News
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SPARKY VISITS CHILDREN AT APPLEBEE\'S HOLIDAY PARTY

Sparky crawled out of his cave deep in the Coliseum bright and early and made his way to Farmingdale to be a part of a great event on Saturday.  Sparky visited his friends at Applebee's in Airport Plaza who were having a big holiday party, capped off with a big holiday breakfast.  The underprivileged children who the party was thrown for were thrilled to see their favorite mascot Sparky make an appearance, especially with some great giveaways for them.  Santa Claus was also in attendance and the dynamic duo of Sparky and Santa stayed with the children all morning and helped make their holidays a little bit more special.






 

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