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Florence delivering letters to Santa

Posted 11/27/23

Florence is making sure your child’s letter to Santa Claus reaches him in time.

The town will be accepting letters to Santa from Friday, Dec. 1 to Friday, Dec. 15. Children can write a …

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Florence delivering letters to Santa

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Florence is making sure your child’s letter to Santa Claus reaches him in time.

The town will be accepting letters to Santa from Friday, Dec. 1 to Friday, Dec. 15. Children can write a letter to Santa and drop it off at the Viney Jones Library and Community Center 778 N. Main St. or email it to alicia.marrufo@florenceaz.gov, according to a post on the town’s Facebook page.

Parents need to register with the town to take part in the activity starting Friday, Dec. 1, so they can use a letter template that will be available for download during your registration process or can be filled out in person.

“We ask that parents complete the questionnaire to help us personalize the letter to their child. If a letter cannot be matched to a parent’s questionnaire, they will receive a general response that is not personalized to the child's interest. Please help us by making sure your child signs their first and last name,” the post stated.

Letters will be mailed out on Monday, Dec. 18. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/3SKrJqE.