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MORGANTOWN -

Santa made his third annual stop at the Morgantown Airport on Saturday.

He stopped by for the Breakfast with Santa fundraiser that the Cheat Lake Sailors 4-H Club holds.

Santa comes in to greet the kids by airplane.

The children can get breakfast, do some crafts and then get their picture with Santa.

"This is the only fundraiser that we do for our 4-H Club throughout the year," said Bobbie Hawkins from the 4-H Club." We have between 50 and 60 kids in our 4-H club and everyone really enjoys that this is the only fundraiser that we do. And with cooperation from all of our sponsors it's a really big success."

If you want more information about the 4-H Club go to Cheatlake4H.com.