GALLERY: Have a Oly, jolly Christmas

Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members.

peFrom left, Allison Pacheco, Monserrat Lopez, Perla Guzman and Leticia Vazquez look on as Lansing Elementary student Kynedi Bell, front, shows Santa what she picked out for herself, during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E.

From left, Allison Pacheco, Monserrat Lopez, Perla Guzman and Leticia Vazquez look on as Lansing Elementary student Kynedi Bell, front, shows Santa what she picked out for herself, during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to sepnd on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

From left, with the help of Gateway Takiah Manlove, Kristina Mitchell and Alyssa Quinlan, Sean Murray, student at Jewell Elementary, picks out a toy for himself, during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Groups

From left, with the help of Gateway Takiah Manlove, Kristina Mitchell and Alyssa Quinlan, Sean Murray, student at Jewell Elementary, picks out a toy for himself, during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Groups of Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Jewell Elementary School student, Sean Murray, decides which toy car set he wants during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary sc

Jewell Elementary School student, Sean Murray, decides which toy car set he wants during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

From left, Alyssa Quinlan, Kristina Quinlan, Sean Murray and Takiah Manlove, shop for earrings for Sean's mother and sister during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per g

From left, Alyssa Quinlan, Kristina Quinlan, Sean Murray and Takiah Manlove, shop for earrings for Sean's mother and sister during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Gateway High School students line up in the check out lane after finishing the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student f

Gateway High School students line up in the check out lane after finishing the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

HAVE A OLY, JOLLY CHRISTMAS: Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members.
Photos by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel