A mad scramble for presents


Alyaeh Hammons, 12, of Sidney, daughter of Heather Richards, uses her head to help her hold onto presents as kids scramble to open Christmas presents at midnight on the morning of Sunday, Dec. 20. The present scramble was held at Rolling Hills Skate. Over 160 presents were wrapped with cards inside that could be exchanged for gifts such as new roller skates or $100. The presents took 27 hours to wrap and only a couple of minutes for the kids to tear apart during “Christmas All Night Skate.”


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Alyaeh Hammons, 12, of Sidney, daughter of Heather Richards, uses her head to help her hold onto presents as kids scramble to open Christmas presents at midnight on the morning of Sunday, Dec. 20. The present scramble was held at Rolling Hills Skate. Over 160 presents were wrapped with cards inside that could be exchanged for gifts such as new roller skates or $100. The presents took 27 hours to wrap and only a couple of minutes for the kids to tear apart during “Christmas All Night Skate.”

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Alyaeh Hammons, 12, of Sidney, daughter of Heather Richards, uses her head to help her hold onto presents as kids scramble to open Christmas presents at midnight on the morning of Sunday, Dec. 20. The present scramble was held at Rolling Hills Skate. Over 160 presents were wrapped with cards inside that could be exchanged for gifts such as new roller skates or $100. The presents took 27 hours to wrap and only a couple of minutes for the kids to tear apart during “Christmas All Night Skate.”
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/12/web1_SDN122220RollerSkate-1.jpgAlyaeh Hammons, 12, of Sidney, daughter of Heather Richards, uses her head to help her hold onto presents as kids scramble to open Christmas presents at midnight on the morning of Sunday, Dec. 20. The present scramble was held at Rolling Hills Skate. Over 160 presents were wrapped with cards inside that could be exchanged for gifts such as new roller skates or $100. The presents took 27 hours to wrap and only a couple of minutes for the kids to tear apart during “Christmas All Night Skate.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News