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Christmas 2012

December 21, 2012

Santa Letters — Dec. 22, 2012 — Set 3

MOULTRIE — Dear Santa,

My name is Canyon. I am 3 yrs. Old. Thank you for the presents you  brought me last Christmas. This year, Santa, I would like a rocket and a motor cycle to ride on. All my grannies give presents to children so please bring them all new earrings. All my papas are OLD so bring them new hats and guns. Please bring my mama a new necklace, daddy a gun, my brother Cais  new flip flops and brother Cam a sword to fight with, my friends would like presents too. Allie Grace a baby bed, Briley and Molly a play kitchen, Baylie a barbie doll, Jax and Parker a rocket. I will leave grits, sausage, grapes and Coke on the table for you. I love you Santa.

Love,

Canyon Cook

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Dear Santa,

I want a Barbie Doll house a new Math Folder and a Barbie Doll car. I will leave you cookies and milk on the table.

Love,

Ny’Reuna Edwards

R.B. Wright Elementary

Ms. Brightwell’s 1st Grade

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Dear Santa,

My name is Allie Grace. I am 3 yrs. Old. Thank you for the presents you brought me last Christmas. This year I would like a baby doll bed and doll clothes. My sissy and I would, also, like a doggy. Please bring my mama a pink pocket book and my daddy a new car. My friends would like presents, too, Briley pink shoes, Baylie a baby doll bed, Parker a lion, Canyon Cook a Mickey Mouse, Molly a pink jacket and Jax a rocket. I have a hug for you, Santa, and will leave chicken on the table for you. I love you, Santa.

Love,

Allie Grace Rowley

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Dear Santa,

I have been a good girl this year. Please bring me an Ipod, a playhouse and a computer. I will leave you cookies and milk.

Love,

London McDaniel

R.B. Wright Elementary

Ms. Brightwell’s 1st Grade

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