Topeka, KS (WIBW) — The Booth family’s spirits may by high, but the past 4 months have been a struggle since Mike Booth got laid off from his job.
“We are falling short on paying for gas and food and you know activities, it limits everything you do,” says Mike.
“We’re all in school right now, so we have to have gas money and it’s just frustrating knowing we might not be able to pay our bills for a month or two,”says their daughter, Brittany Nemecheck.
Which makes Christmas time even tougher…
“We got the little Wal-Mart catalogs and had the kids circle what they wanted,” says the mother, Carie Booth.
Now their own “Mrs.Claus” wants to make their holiday a little brighter.
“I definitely have a place in my heart that wants to help people,” says Sara Wilhelm.
For the last 6 years, Sara Wilhelm finds families…
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