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Michael Rielly

I see that this is the 2010 Oath. Will there be a 2011?

The Santa Claus Oath Book was sealed and placed into a time capsule back in November. You can still take the Oath at various events and meetings, but no more signatures will be added to the book.

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Santa Bob Elkin

Presented as a matter of information:

The Palm Tree Santas make a point of standing, holding hands and reciting the Santa Claus Oath as we begin any of our meetings.

We either provide a written copy for each person to read or Santa Dennis or Santa Jim will play one of our video recordings of the words of the Santa Claus Oath.

I personally feel like this creates a reminder to each of us why we should practice the Santa Claus Oath every day of the year.

If I may, I would urge each and every group of Santas whenever you may gather together, please consider reciting the Santa Claus Oath......

Maybe I am just an old Fuddy-Duddy, just being honest, above board and totally transparent...... but.......I still get a little tear in my eye whenever my fellow Santas, Mrs Clauses and Elves, (especially the elves) of the Palm Tree Santas stand, hold hands and recite the Santa Claus Oath.

I wish every group, everywhere would practice the same!

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Gator Claus

Just to echo a little of what Santa Bob said, reciting the Santa Claus Oath at our gatherings has become such a cherished tradition for us. We have expanded on the tradition in an unique way... At our most recent event, "Christmas in July" we were honored to be joined by approximately 12-15 of our newest members to the Palm Tree Santas Family, our Elves. These are young people ranging in ages 3 to 16 who are following in either their parents or grandparents footsteps in the Spirit of Christmas. Before we joined hands to recite the Santa Claus Oath, each Elf was called to the front of the room where the Official Elf Oath written by none other than the Legendary Santa, Santa Phillip Wenz, himself, was recited. Then each of our Elves was presented with an Elf Oath Certificate with their named on it as a memory of the event.

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Santa Bear Larry
B)I really enjoyed watching each of the "elves" as they recited the Oath and received their certificate. PRICELESS!!!

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Legendary Santa Claus

Besides the Santa Claus Oath…

The Elf Oath

As an Elf of the mystical and traditional spirit of Christmas, I do hereby affirm that I shall help spread the magic and folklore that is a part of the Santa Claus Legend. I will act as an emissary of love, hope and charity. I will always remember the true meaning of the Season by giving the gift of myself to each child or adult to whom I encounter. I will take my role seriously by serving honestly and faithfully. I pledge myself to these principals as an Elf to Santa Claus, the ambassador of St. Nicholas the gift giver of Myra.

Mrs. Santa Claus Pledge

As Mrs. Santa Claus I solemnly pledge myself, in the Spirit of St. Nicholas, to maintain and advance my vocation as a conveyor of the true meaning of Christmas to all that I may meet in my journeys and travels. I will devote myself in bringing a loving loyalty to the Santa Claus Legend and will do all in my power to encourage the sentiment that it is truly better to give than to receive. I will use my knowledge and love for Christmas to be a part of the magic of the Season and to be partners with Santa Claus in bringing a Loving, Joyful, and Happy Holiday to all. I will seek to see the enchanting wonder of each new day and seek to see that wonder in each child's eyes that I visit. I know that being Mrs. Santa Claus is a gift that I can give to children of all age and by undertaking this role I promise to create special memories, to the best of my abilities, for all that I shall encounter.

The Mrs. Santa Claus Pledge/Promise/Oath and other connotations and the Elf Oath/Pledge/Promise and other connotations are copyrighted under an attachment with Arcadia Publishing 2009-2011 by Phillip L. Wenz. ISBN # 978-0-7385-4149-5 and LCCC # 2007925452 - All rights reserved

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Santa Frank CT

Is it still possbile to sign the oath by proxy. The PDF staes return by October 10, 2010. Is there a new proxy PDF coming out?

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Santa Jim T

Greetings Guys

I have been looking the documents in reference to the Santa Oath. I have noticed that most of the literature is time sensitive to last year in October. I have read the oath and agree with it, Do we now sign it and pass it along. How does it all work a little help would be great. Have a fine day

Blessings

Santa Jim T

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Santa Rickey

Hi Michael Santa Rick here at the workshop it was mentioned a electronic signature for the Santa Oath. Is that up and running?

Santa Rick

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Santa Lou M

Is it too late to take the Oath?

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Legendary Santa Claus

We are setting the program in motion for Oath signing. It will take a couple days to set it up.

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Santa Lou M

Thank you

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Gateway Santa

Wondering about the status of the electronic signature for the Santa Claus Oath that was taken at the Jim Yellig Workshop.

I'd like to sign it before I add any Buttons or refer to it on my cards.

Thanks...

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Legendary Santa Claus

Click here for the uploaded Santa Claus Oath Certificate.

I would suggest using a good quality paper for the best reproduction, making sure that the paper is geared towards your inkjet or lazier printer. A 24 lbs bright white works well for a finished copy. Make sure the PDF file loads all the way and it is at 100% size when you print.

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Gateway Santa

Thanks Phil. The new certificate looks beautiful! It will proudly hang on the wall over Santas desk! :spinthanks:

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Santa Brian of SC

My understanding is the Oath has been sealed as well. Will there be another chance to sign by proxy?

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Michael Rielly

My understanding is the Oath has been sealed as well. Will there be another chance to sign by proxy?

Yes, the Santa Claus Oath BOOK that contains the original signatures has been sealed in the time capsule. However, you can still sign the proxy. See the first post in this thread HERE

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Felix Estridge

The Santa Claus Oath proxy has been updated for signing beyond the encapsulation that took place in 2010. You can find the PDF file here. Open the file, print it, and then follow the instructions to sign it and send it to me at the address listed as the Santa Claus Oath Signatory Chairman.

You will need Adobe Reader installed to open and print the PDF file. Let me know if you have any questions.

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Michele

I have yet to be able to do this and would love to get it done so I feel more official .but it is now 2013 .How do we get it done now ?

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Felix Estridge

I have yet to be able to do this and would love to get it done so I feel more official .but it is now 2013 .How do we get it done now ?

Michele,

Open the file by clicking on the "here" link above in my post. Read it, print it, and follow the instructions that you read in the document.

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Santa Chris Allen

I read it in front of my grandmother as my witness and I will be mailing it tomorrow

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Wolfbear

will be mailing mine on Monday Feb 4th read in front of spouse

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SantaJoe

I've mailed mine. So, glad to do so!

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Wolfbear

Dumb question but need to ask; do I turn in both the signed Oath and Proxy or just the proxy sheet?

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Felix Estridge

Dumb question but need to ask; do I turn in both the signed Oath and Proxy or just the proxy sheet?

The signed Oath is for you to keep and display as you wish. Just send the proxy page to me. This allows me to sign your name on one of the signature pages that will be included in the Oath book once it us unsealed again in 2035.

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Wolfbear

Thank you for clarifying for me

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