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Claudia Molina works an afternoon shift Christmas Day at the Kum n' Go on Yampa Avenue in Craig. Molina said she didn't mind working on the holiday.

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Keeping spirits bright while working Christmas

Claudia Molina, of Craig, was able to see her daughter Yoselin, 5, and son Diego, 2, tear into their presents this morning when they woke up at 5 a.m., excited to see if Santa had come. Yoselin had stayed up until midnight, attempting to catch Santa delivering presents until Molina told her Santa wouldn’t come if she were awake. “As soon as she went to bed I ran to the closet and put the presents under the tree,” Molina said. “I even left a note from Santa, thanking her for the cookies and milk. She wants to put the note in a photo album.” A perfect start to Christmas, Molina’s spirits weren’t dampened even though she had to go in for an afternoon shift at the Kum n’ Go on Yampa.


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