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Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Santa letters to be published

By Daily Standard Staff
Letters sent from area youngsters to Santa Claus will be published in The Daily Standard on Dec. 23.
Children should include their full names and hometowns on the brief correspondence. Letters may be e-mailed to Santa's elf at bmyers@dailystandard.com or put into the mailbox at Santa's house on the Mercer County Courthouse Square. The letters also may be brought or mailed to The Daily Standard office, 123 E. Market St., P.O. Box 140, Celina, Oh 45822.
The deadline to submit letters is Dec. 16.
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