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  6. Coatbridge's own Santa Claus lights up lives with record donation for sick kids Proceeds from Christmas display lead to 12,750 lbs. being collected for Ronald McDonald House charity by Ian Bunting, Daily Record, Coatbridge, Scotland | Posted: 1300 GMT, 19 February 2017 EXCERPT: COATBRIDGE, SCOTLAND --- Big-hearted Coatbridge festive fundraiser Alastair Doyle has broken his own annual charity donation record, thanks to the kindness of generous locals. Awestruck families who visited the spectacular Christmas illuminations display at Alastair's Kirkwood home contributed to the phenomenal 12,750 lbs. that the retired pensioner was able to deliver, to help bring light into the lives of Kirkwood's sick children. Alastair's 2016 overall total was the most he's ever collected over a 12-month period, and takes the amount he has raised for the Ronald McDonald House at Glasgow's Royal Children's Hospital to an astounding 50,979 lbs. in just 11 years! During the festive period, Alastair does double duty as Kirkwood's very own Santa Claus, who, each year, displays an array of magical Christmas lights from his house on Sharp Avenue. Every year since 2006, Alastair has raised more than the previous year's target, and, with the help of friends, family and the entire community, he has once more entered record-breaking territory... To Read More Click Here: SOURCE
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    We are so very excited to announce that Robert Seutter aka Santa True will be joining NORPAC SANTAS for the 8th Annual Northwest Santa Workshop at Great Wolf Lodge, Grand Mound WA ~ November 3rd & 4th. Robert will be leading workshops and discussions during the two day event on how to be an all around better Christmas Performer. We hope you'll be able to join us for this fun weekend of networking, fellowship and learning. Stay tuned for more information. http://christmasperformerworkshops.com/ http://www.Easysite.com/norpac-santas?ShowNews=249269
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    Atlanta will host a Southeast US Regional gathering of IBRBS Chapters. Expected events include: Parade of Santas at the new Braves stadium SunTrust Park Take in the game between the Braves and the Marlins Tour of Dobbins AFB Seminars Vendor Area Fellowship
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  10. Santa Claus is comin' to town: Nashville native to speak Thursday at TC by Jennifer Middleton, Texarkana, Arkansas Gazette | Posted: 02-21-2017 TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS --- The man who was the first-ever African-American Santa Claus at the Mall of America this past holiday season will discuss the story of his journey to becoming the top black Jolly Old Elf during a program on Thursday at Texarkana College. Nashville, Arkansas native Larry Jefferson will speak at 12:30 p.m. at the Levi Hall Conference Room of TC's Business and Computer Technology Building, as part of the college's Black History Month series of lectures. Santa Larry, who has worn the red suit professionally since 1999, said that he first got wind of the opportunity while attending last year's Discover Santa event at Branson, Missouri. SOURCE:
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    A Christmas thank you by Rocky Rohn, from the Letters Page, Winona, Minnesota Post | Posted: 02-20-2017 WINONA, MINNESOTA --- Again this past Christmas, I portrayed Santa Claus for various area homes and local businesses. I would like to thank all the local businesses that hosted me. Also all the several homes; for purposes of privacy I will not divulge the families' names, because I feel that I should respect the families' decisions. All the donations that were given to me by all the wonderful, very caring, and loving people are not forgotten. It'll never be "just like every year;" since I started playing Santa in 2001, it's always different every year. So to Jeff and Barb, let me thank you for your lifelong kindness and friendship; you both have supported and guided me. Each year, I always get new clients, as well as continued donations from those who have played along for several years. I want to say thank you and God bless all of you, along with all the relatives, friends, and neighbors --- and of course, all you children; I think of you all quite often. Why, I've even got one or two places already booked for this coming Christmas. Wow! Finally, I'd like to thank Sue Beck, to whom I gave all those donations. I first met Sue in Lewiston, at a public place on January 6th; she had her daughter with her, along with her daughter's two children. When I spoke with Sue, I learned that she is cancer-free, thank God. Sue's husband passed away from cancer back in March of 2015. Sue has several bills from her husband's medical treatments, as well as her own. She also told me that there'd been a great turnout for her benefit; and that was because your donations helped to lighten her load. So again, my thanks to everyone; and I look forward to returning this coming Christmas, to touch more and more hearts. To Read More Click Here: SOURCE
  14. Mrs. Claus, late Santa win Community Service Award by Shary Skiles, McCook, Nebraska Gazette | Posted: Feb. 20, 2017 EXCERPT: McCOOK, NEBRASKA --- With tears of gratitude streaming down her cheeks, Cathy Shannon thanked the crowd gathered at the McCook Area Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet for having honored her family with the 2016 Community Service Award. Cathy's husband Dennis, who passed away on January 2nd, 2017, played Santa Claus for the area's children for many years, with Cathy by his side as Mrs. Claus. In awarding the honor, Chamber member Annette Wagner said: "Every child dreams about Santa, and after having spent over 20 years in the Santa business, here is a family that knows all the tricks of the trade... To Read More Click Here: SOURCE
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