Photo courtesy of the Capital City Weekly
Santa Claus with Donald Scott at Capital City Weekly's office on Friday, December 1st.

CCW special report

Children across Juneau received a special treat when they met Santa Claus at the Capital City Weekly. Boys and girls took turns sitting on Santa's lap and telling him their wishes for the holiday season.
Santa said he enjoys talking with boys and girls of all ages, and the special Juneau visit was a fun trip just before the holidays.
"It's always fun to meet the boys and girls who make the holiday spirit joyful and bright," Santa said.
To get ready for the season, Santa's elves have been busy in the workshop making toys that will go to children around the world.
Rudolph, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Donder, Blitzen, Cupid and Comet are ready for a long night of flight to deliver goodies to children around the world.
With the reindeer traveling at the speed of Christmas light, Santa can come and go in an instant. He doesn't need to fill his sleigh with toys for every single boy and girl in the world all at once. It's really easy for him to make several trips back to his toyshop to pick up many loads. New information recently revealed, leads researchers to believe that Santa has secret hiding places located at strategic areas of the world, so he can instantly pick up a new load of toys easily and quickly.
During the off-season, Santa lives with his wife Mrs. Claus and his elves who spend the year making toys.
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