Joe Brissenden shakes a noise maker while Ericha Doubles, center, and Heath Taylor sing “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” on Thursday at the Programs for Exceptional People office. PEP is a local charity that aids adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Members helped record a medley of "Jingle Bells" and "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," for the forthcoming Christmas CD by local band Target that will be titled "A Target the Band Island Christmas." The CD will be available in about a month at various locations around the island. The disc will cost $10 — $3 of which will be donated to PEP.
Joe Brissenden shakes a noise maker while Ericha Doubles, center, and Heath Taylor sing “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” on Thursday at the Programs for Exceptional People office. PEP is a local charity that aids adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Members helped record a medley of "Jingle Bells" and "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," for the forthcoming Christmas CD by local band Target that will be titled "A Target the Band Island Christmas." The CD will be available in about a month at various locations around the island. The disc will cost $10 — $3 of which will be donated to PEP. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Joe Brissenden shakes a noise maker while Ericha Doubles, center, and Heath Taylor sing “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” on Thursday at the Programs for Exceptional People office. PEP is a local charity that aids adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Members helped record a medley of "Jingle Bells" and "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," for the forthcoming Christmas CD by local band Target that will be titled "A Target the Band Island Christmas." The CD will be available in about a month at various locations around the island. The disc will cost $10 — $3 of which will be donated to PEP. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

It's never too early for Christmas

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