A sleigh wouldn't have been big enough. So students from Corner Canyon High School loaded a truck from the Utah Association for the Intellectually Disabled (UAID) instead.
The school's Peer Leadership Team lifted $15,000 worth of Christmas gifts, contained in about 200 large bags, onto the truck Thursday to be delivered to about 200 Utahns with intellectual disabilities.
The UAID Holiday Box program supports low income residents with disabilities that include Down syndrome, autism and traumatic brain injuries. Those hoping for gifts may be older adults who don't qualify for other programs.