Fudge-making couple in shock after seeing what a Secret Santa brought them for Christmas
A Secret Santa is back and this Christmas is bigger than ever!
The EastIdahoNews.com team is busy helping a local man gift more than $500,000 this holiday season. A lot more. Secret Santa is a real person who wants to remain anonymous and hopes to help as many individuals in our community as he can.
Scott and Twila Kent make and sell delicious fudge. This year most of the fairs and events have canceled because of COVID-19. They have struggled all year with money and have gone through three different cars that have broken down.
All of their children got together and spent $500 on a car for an early Christmas present but the vehicle is on its last legs.
They depend on their car for work for delivering newspapers and Twila also works part-time at the Sugar Salem School District. Scott has Parkinson’s Disease and attends boxing class at Apple Athletics Club to assist with his health. T
Scott and Twila are incredible people and Secret Santa asked the East Idaho News elves to go pay them a visit with some early Christmas gifts. Watch the video above to see the surprise!