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The Debut of Elf Sarah Sugarplum

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Last weekend at our NORPAC ~ Santas Conference & Workshop at Great Wolf Lodge, my daughter Sarah made her debute as Elf Sarah Sugarplum. It was a very proud moment to say the least. She walked with all the Santas, Mrs. Claus', and Elves in the Parade of Santas and handed out Christmas stickers to all the children.

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You can see other pictures from the event on our NORPAC ~ Santas Website.

Here is a video of The Parade of Santas at Great Wolf Lodge.

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Santa Marty

EXCELLENT! I need to get one of those. How Much? LOL

She is charming! I do believe I recognized a Santa or two in that bunch!

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Dutch Schrap

She looks AWESOME, Trever!!!!!!!! So cool!

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Eileen Strom

Cute picture and a proud dad!

Looked at the other pics as well - looks like a fun time was had. And I also recognized quite a few Santa's as well !

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KKringle

What a wonderful experience for you and your family. She looked wonderful. I can see a family tradition taking hold. Welcome to the Kringle family Elf Sarah Sugarplum.

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Santa Mike Liquori

She Looks GREAT..

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Santa Johnathan

Awesome...I'm another few days away from the debut of my own little elf. :-)

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Felix Estridge

She is adorably cute!

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Santa George

Awesome !

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Santa Tommy

ADORABLE!!! I know you are proud Trevor!

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SantaDoyle

She Looks Great

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Bestemor Claus

what an amazing little girl. you have every reason to be proud. And I love the name too.

Edited by Bestemor Claus
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SantaKnows

Welcome Elf Sarah Sugarplum to our family in red!

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Santa Ernie in Miami

What a perfect adorable elf! You are truly blessed to be able to share this calling with your daughter. My daughter just thinks I want to be King Triton from The Little Mermaid.

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Eileen Strom

My daughter just thinks I want to be King Triton from The Little Mermaid.

:sc_rofl:

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Santa Trever

Thank you for all of the kind words about Elf Sarah Sugarplum. She will be making appearances with me this season at Pike Place Market and in the Annual Santa Parade that I do. She is very excited to be part of the "Family Business".

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Jerry Nebel

Fellow Santa's

I was there and let me tell you that Santa Trevor has himself a mighty fine elf there with Ms. Sugarplum. In addition to all of the things mentioned, she assisted during demonstrations helping to make the presentations very real. .Allowed herself to get wrapped up in tissue paper, and was always smiling and cheerful.

Can't beat having the little elf in the biz. Go Getem and have a great season you two.

S.J.

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Santa Steve H

Too cute!...looks like a proud Papa

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Jerry Nebel

Follow this link to an action shot and story of Elf Sarah Sugarplum, and her Santa Trever in action this weekend.

http://www.thenewstr...-guests-in.html

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Eileen Strom

Nice pictures and a good article. That will also make a nice souvenir!

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Santa Trever

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Squeals and screams for Santa greet Trever Waltos, aka Santa Claus, as he is mobbed by

children while walking down Main Street during the Sumner Santa Parade on Saturday. Waltos’

daughter Sarah, 8, center left, marched in the parade with her dad, playing Santa’s elf.

(DEAN J. KOEPFLER/Staff photographer)

Sarah Sugarplum has had a wonderful season so far with Santa and was very excited to see herself in the paper. She took it to school yesterday to share. This is what it's all about folks!

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