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Christmas comes early for Bozeman Elementary

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Christmas came early for students at Bozeman Elementary School Tuesday, thanks to a partnership between Plains Capital Bank, Parkhill, Smith, and Cooper, and Lubbock ISD.

At 8:30 Tuesday morning, employees of Plains Capital Bank and PSC delivered gifts to the children.

The senior vice president for Plains Capital Bank, Bob Tate, said this was a great opportunity for them to come out and give the students a day they'll remember for a long time.

"There's a lot of satisfaction in it, particularly when those kids open those gifts. Just looking at their expressions, listening to the things that they say... Quite often you hear: 'Gosh! this is the best present I've ever gotten," Tate said.

Over 350 kids received Christmas gifts.

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