From the stage of the Holiday Train last week

From the stage of the Holiday Train last week

All I want for Christmas is love and happiness

Letters to Santa Claus from Lauren Helton's grade 4/5 class in Lytton.

Dear Santa

How are you this winter? There is not much snow in Lytton. Is it cold up the north pole. all I want for Christmas is Love and happiness.

From Sam


Dear Santa,

How are you? How does your reindeer fly? And how many presents do you deliver in a year? And how many elves do you have? And do you only eat cookies? And how many reindeers do you have And what are their names? I would only like 4 presents I would like a ps4 please and can I please get fallout 4 and destiny and 1 controller please and that’s every thing.

Yazi, 10


Dear Santa

How are you? How are your elves? Do you eat all the cookies on the plate at each house? Is your real name Santa? For Christmas I want a 6 pack of coke and a new iphone 5c and a new sweater.

From Aaron


Dear Santa

How are you this year? How are your reindeers? It’s really cold in Lytton! How is Mrs. Claus? I get to go to help my auntie bake cookies! How are your elves? For Christmas I like spending time with my familiy and friends! And this Christmas I would like Shawn Mendes please!

From Laura-lee


Dear Santa

How are you? My birthday is close to Christmas, but I am not excited for my birthday, bt I am excited for Christmas. Because it is my favourite holiday. Is it super nippy in the North Pole? In Lytton it is pretty frosty. How is Mrs. Claus is she excited for Christmas? I cannot wait to eat my Grandma’s does the bakin when I get home. She is from the island. I but the elves are busy right now. How sleigh fly? I but Mrs. Claus is baking right now. At school right now were learning about animation so it’s so cool. How old are you? And I think this is all ha I can wright now so bye.

From Layla


Dear Santa

How old are you, Santa? How are your reindeer doing? I want a big fat tree and Hello Kitty.

See you Santa, Emmery


Dear Santa

How are you? is it super cold at the north pole now? In Lytton it is pretty cold. How is Mrs. Claus? Is she excited for christmas? I am. And I would like a camra. I would like a my life doll. I would like a stuffed animal penguin with a stuffed animal reindeer. I would like a Geronimo Stilton book and a Thea Stilton book too. I would like a Archie book. I would like a ipod and a I pad.

Thank you from levana


Dear Santa

How are you? How old is the elves? I am aways the first one awake, then Scarlette. I want clothes for Christmas. My mom helps me put the ordaments on the Christmas tree.

From Tanisha

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