Letters to Santa

As the Center’s holiday party on Dec. 17 draws closer, kids from the Center have worked hard on writing letters to Santa. Every year, the Center relies on generous people to be a Santa to one or more of our children. We would like to thank Jackie Epstein for helping us organize this effort. If you are interested in being a Santa, please contact Owen at info[at]sueduncanchildrenscenter.org.

Excerpt from Jasmine’s Santa letter:

Jasmine, 13, opens her gift at the 2009 party.

My name is Jasmine. I just turned 13 and I love it. I’m in the 8th grade and I’m having fun being in the 8th grade. I live with my great, great grandma. Being in the 8th grade is a lot of work, but I can handle it. Sometimes things can be difficult and hard to understand, but I still find a way to get through it. Have a very hard and strict teacher, but she is someone who cares and helps me get through things. My favorite subjects are reading and writing. I like these subjects because one day I want to become a writer and you need to know how to read and write in order to become a writer. Bet you didn’t know that I’m a fantastic writer. In my spare time I like to help around the community just to show my neighbors and my family I appreciate living there.

Excerpt from Dermarest’s Santa letter:

How are you doing? Is your wife doing well? Do you have children, Santa? How are the reindeer doing? Are your elves doing well too? What types of toys are they making this year? Is your grandmother doing well? How long do you have to fly on Christmas Eve? Did you ever see a whale before up there in the Arctic?

My name is Dermarest. I go to Jackie Robinson School. I am in third grade. I am going to go to college to be a lawyer. I wanted to be a paleontologist, but I changed my mind.

Read our thank you letter to Santa

Watch last year’s holiday party:

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