Santa Claus will be getting ready to read all the Christmas letters that will be sent to him this year. File photo

Calling all Christmas letter lovers

The Pipestone Flyer is publishing letters to Santa in its Christmas Greetings special section

He may make a list, and he may check it twice, but Santa Claus also likes to sit back with the newspaper every once in a while, too.

Whether it be big or small, it is fun to create an annual Christmas wish list each year and mail it to the jolly man in red who resides at the North Pole.

For all the boys and girls who want to give their letter a little something extra this year, the Pipestone Flyer will be publishing any letters to Santa that are submitted to the paper’s Christmas Greetings special section.

Please email letters in to amelia.naismith@pipestoneflyer.ca or hand them in at the Pipestone Flyer office, located on Highway 2A in Millet by Dec. 8 at 3 p.m. The letters should be no longer than 100 words and should include the child’s first name and age.

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