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Just some through some of the letters to Santa at your local post office.
And you quickly realize not all children are looking for the latest -- -- are gadgets.
My old -- issues have holes in them.
And I don't need anything myself for Christmas from eight years old.
But he needs shoes -- -- -- dear Santa my mom crystallize our furniture is old are.
Stove don't work good -- is I -- close and warm blankets here.
Santa -- so much help this time of year to make these wishes come true volunteers from the public like Karen Wagner are stepping up.
Letters I think our children writing and a half of their parents -- You know.
Have lost their dogs -- lost their homes having health issues more than seventy postal branches allow you to intercept letters and shop for what -- the good little girls or boys are asking for.
Then you drop the gets back at the post office so there's plenty of time to get them to the North Pole and loaded on Santa's sleigh.
They can come back and -- swinging and that's when he breaks between hours at 832.
-- it Karen says it's an honor to help.
After all tis the season for giving and spreading holiday cheer when there.
Give them something special at Christmas the program is called operation letters to Santa and this is the last week you can participate.
If you'd like more information you can head to a website B and L dot org where you can find out which post offices are participating and the hours of operation.
In Los Angeles Casey Stegall Fox News.
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