Santa wants your letters

Kids! Send us your letter to Santa and we'll publish it in a special letter to Santa keepsake edition

  • Nov. 21, 2013 11:00 a.m.

Kids! Send us your letter to Santa and we’ll publish it in a special letter to Santa keepsake edition and enter you to win a special prize, before we send it to the North Pole.

To participate, write your letter and decorate it with hand drawn pictures and make sure to colour it. Colour will catch Santa’s attention and will standout when in the newspaper.

Once you’re done, go online and visit: www.vicnews.com/contests and upload your picture letter by Dec. 1. Ask a grown up to help you.

Winners will be contacted Dec. 2. All letters received will be sent to Santa via Canada Post. The letter to Santa keepsake will come out in the Dec. 11 edition of your community newspaper.

 

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