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Letters to Santa program by NT Youth, Rec. and Parks

Thu, Nov 15th 2018 11:35 am
The North Tonawanda Department of Youth, Recreation and Parks announced Monday that the annual Letters to Santa program will begin. Santa will start answering letters beginning Dec. 1. To all parents, grandparents, and well-meaning adults: let children write their own letter. Little ones may dictate a letter to a parent.
Santa would also enjoy pictures from the children. Include the child's name, age, and full return address on the letter and envelope. Santa and his helpers do try to reply to each and every letter. This program is free of charge. Because of the busyness of the season for Santa and his volunteer helpers, only letters from individual children will receive a response.
Because of the volume of holiday mail, the final date to send a letter to Santa is Friday, Dec. 7, as Santa wants to be sure that all letters are answered and delivered. To send your letter to Santa, label the envelope: Santa Claus, 500 Wheatfield St., North Tonawanda, NY 14120
One may also hand-carry the letter to the Department of Youth, Recreation and Parks Office, 500 Wheatfield St., by Friday, Dec. 14. Santa will send a personalized letter back, direct from the North Pole.  

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