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HGC’s Christmas on Stanton was a festive community gathering, despite the gloomy weather. Several hundred members of the Walnut Hills neighborhood came out to enjoy hot cocoa, get pictures with Santa, and receive goody bags filled with treats, games, and winter hats and gloves. This neighborhood tradition is in its 52nd year and is a testament to the company’s core value of community.


“Christmas on Stanton has been a part of my life for over 27 years. As a child growing up in Walnut Hills, I always looked forward to seeing Santa with my siblings. It was an exciting time of the year with my grandmother and the rest of my family,” says Chanel Sanders.  “My favorite part was my picture with Santa and my bag with goodies. I look forward to building new traditions with my own family at Christmas on Stanton and enjoying all the joy that the Christmas season brings,” she continued.

Not only is this a special tradition for neighborhood residents, but many members of the HGC team have participated in this tradition since they were children, as well.

“I have been coming to Christmas on Stanton for over 20 years as the son of a long-time employee.  Now as an adult, working at HGC, I’m able to appreciate the camaraderie and joy it brings to the neighborhood and our employees alike. It’s really a great party,” says HGC Project Manager, Kevin Gilbert.