Dear Santa, Here To Help

Photos by Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald
Mrs. Claus, Patricia Schuler of Santa Claus, left, looked on as Angie Brooks of Jasper helped granddaughter Chloe Vincent of Jasper, 5, write a letter to Santa Claus during a workshop Wednesday evening at the Jasper Public Library annex. One of the questions on the letter form sparked a conversation between Brooks and her granddaughter about giving to those in need. “Help if you can. I try to pass that on to my kids and grandkids,” Brooks said.

 

Children handed their letters to Mrs. Claus during the workshop.

 

Sophia Vincent of Jasper, 2, grasped the pencil to help her mother Brittney write during the workshop.

 

Mrs. Claus read a Christmas children's book during the workshop.

 




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