Letters to Santa can be dropped off at Carnegie Library


By Anne Quinn



Max, almost 4-years-old, recently dropped off his Letter to Santa at the Carnegie Public Library’s Children’s Department.


The Carnegie Public Library Children’s Department is one of the official stops to drop off letters to Santa! Stop in soon to write a letter to Santa and we’ll supply the stationery! Some of the “wishes” on the Wish List to Santa include:

– Cameron, 2, puppies, a reindeer and Jungle Paw Patrol

– Katelyn, 12, coloring books and pencils, glitter, lots of paper and a teddy bear

– Sierra, 6, baby doll and stroller

– Savanna, 11, Easy Bake Oven, cotton candy maker, bike and the Dork Diaries book series

– Lucia, 9, money, clothes, shoes and the Dork Diaries book series

– Rayna, 9, remote controlled car, clothes, Legos, pajamas, an iPad, and the two-headed Monster-High doll

– Hailey, 7, Shopkins, grouchy gang, a baby doll, and a shirt with a pocket

– Ashley, 18, family movie night, workout clothes, makeup, and donuts

– Shelby, 9, American Girl Doll and Shopkins

– Daphne, 4, a hamster, dolls, bunnies and pink baby horses

– Harry, 2, a red barn and cars

– Annie, 6, a doll bed, old-fashioned doll clothes and a unicorn

– Reagan, 10, a Fandango movie gift card and a pie face board game

– Louran, 3, Lincoln Logs and a Mr. Potato Head

– Max, almost 4, a Hot Wheels track-set, Nerf blasters and My Little Pony plush animals

– Kieran, 11, a chemistry set, books and tennis lessons

– Eagle, 3, a Space Racer and a gumball machine

– Gwen, 16, clothes, shoes and an iTunes gift card

Max, almost 4-years-old, recently dropped off his Letter to Santa at the Carnegie Public Library’s Children’s Department.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/12/web1_DSC02993.jpgMax, almost 4-years-old, recently dropped off his Letter to Santa at the Carnegie Public Library’s Children’s Department.

By Anne Quinn