Letters to Santa
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Youngsters (12 and under) will be able to share their holiday wish list by writing a letter to Santa. To ensure letters are in the Banner offices before Christmas, wish lists should be received prior to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21.

Letters may be dropped in Santa’s Mailbox at the Banner, 1505 25th St.; mailed to Letters to Santa, Cleveland Daily Banner, P.O. Box 3600, Cleveland TN 37320-3600; or emailed to gwen.swiger@clevelandbanner.com with “Santa letter” in the subject line.

Dear Santa,

My name is Cooper Ronan Henry and I am 5 ½ years old. I am in Kindergarten and I have been a pretty good boy this year! I’ve only been on “bumpy blue” five times (for talking too much and not listening), but I’m really trying to do better! Mom and Dad tell me I am super sweet and funny and I’m good at sharing. Please don’t forget about my sister, Gwen! I have already put my letter to you in the mailbox, but this is what I wrote: “I am Cooper. I go to Hopewell School. Why do you not fly by yourself? You are nice! I love you, Santa! For Christmas I want a Lego Creator Highway Pick-up Set, a Lego City Cargo Train, a bicycle, a Home Depot Chainsaw, a Home Depot Weed Trimmer, and a Home Depot Ultimate Build-it Crane.”


Cooper Henry

Dear Santa,

My name is Gwendalin Sage Henry and I am almost 8 years old. I am in second grade. I think you are real and someone in my class does not believe in you. I try to tell them that you are real! How fast does the sleigh go? Do your reindeer get tired when you go to every house in the world? Is Santa passed on from father and son? I would like for Christmas a Shimmer Deluxe Kit, Lego Friends Heartlake Vet, Animal Planet African Rescue Center, a Gel Ant Farm with light, Dream Dazzlers beauty accessories, Polly Pocket Playtime Pet Shop, and a Dubble Bubble Gumball Bank. I go to Hopewell Elementary School. I have a brother named Cooper and he is 5 years old. If you cannot get all of my list it does not matter. Thank you, Santa!

Your friend,

Gwendalin Sage Henry