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41st Annual Tri Kappa Mouse House

Kids and their families could spend some time making holiday cookies, crafts, and ornaments. There was even a secret room some kids could shop for their families, without having to worry about spoiling thier holiday surprises.
People across the country may be lining up to see Santa, but in Terre Haute, it was all about Mrs. Mouse.

Sunday wrapped up the 41st annual Tri Kappa Mouse House.
   
Kids and their families could spend some time making holiday cookies, crafts, and ornaments.
   
There was even a secret room some kids could shop for their families, without having to worry about spoiling thier holiday surprises.
   
Those involved say the tradition is more than just about ringing in the Christmas season, it's a way to give back to the community.

"We just have a great time and get ready for Christmas," said Rachel Cox, Mouse House co-chair.  "We do everything local, we are local chapter and so the money that we raise about scholarships that are for local students that are in the Wabash Valley."

Over 1,500 kids came out to the Mouse House this weekend.
   
Organizers say they're already starting to plan next year's event.
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