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    Peter Schott, of Boise restaurant fame, and his wife, Emily, have owned Whitney Arms, a low-income mobile home park in Payette, for the past 25 years. Every year, he dresses up as Santa, and the couple throws a holiday party for the kids. For both the Schotts and the kids, this has become a memorable part of every Christmas.

Peter Schott, of Boise restaurant fame, and his wife, Emily, have owned Whitney Arms, a low-income mobile home park in Payette, for the past 25 years. Every year, he dresses up as Santa, and the couple throws a holiday party for the kids. For both the Schotts and the kids, this has become a memorable part of every Christmas. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
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