Letters to Santa: Post Office helping kids get a reply from the North Pole

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(WTRF) – Parents, have your kids made their Christmas wish-list yet? 

If so, there’s a way they can send it to Santa and he’ll send them a letter back. 

The U.S. Postal Service is making it happen again this year with “Greetings From the North Pole Post Office”.

*WARNING parents, you may want to read this one alone or risk giving away the big surprise*

We want to make sure that Children have a wonderful Christmas, and there’s nothing like receiving a letter back from Santa.

Tad Kelley, Spokesperson, USPS Appalachian District

There are a few steps you have to follow:

  • Have your child write a letter to Santa
  • Place it in an envelope addressed to: Santa Claus, North Pole
  • Write a personalized response to the letter and sign it “From Santa”
  • Put both letters in an envelope and address it to the child.
  • Add the return address: Santa, North Pole, to that envelope
  • Put a stamp on it
  • Place the envelope into a larger envelope with postage and send it to:

ANCHORAGE AK 99530-9998

Make sure to get those letters done and mailed by December 7th.

After all, it is the big guy’s busy season.

Parents, find more information by clicking here.

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