Are you wondering if Santa has been watching you and knows if you’ve been bad or good? Are you planning on writing a letter to Santa, but don’t know the address for the North Pole? We’ve got you covered.
Write your letter to Santa, and drop it off at the Daily Journal. We’ll make sure it gets to the bug guy.
In your letter to Santa, be sure to include your name, age and what school you attend, and what you would like from him for Christmas this year. Put your letter in the red mailbox outside of the Daily Journal office at 105 E. Washington St. in Rockingham to ensure it reaches the North Pole.
If you get your letter in the mailbox before 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, we will have the letter delivered directly to Santa in time for him to read all letters and know exactly what you want for Christmas. Or you can send an email letter to Santa to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year, Santa gets millions of letters from children all over the world. We want to make sure Santa gets the letters from the children of Richmond County. The letters come in hundreds to the Daily Journal each year, filled with lists of toys, requests and pictures. A copy of each letter will be printed in the Daily Journal as well, the weekend before Christmas.