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  1. Mervyn The Hired Hand

    Santa’s Farm Dog

    My mother’s father was a wiry old cuss, more elf than Santa but for one thing: he was a story teller. I guess he had to be, raising ten kids on an old dairy farm in the rocky hillsides of middle upstate New York during the Great Depression. He had an amazing ability to sit down with children and spin a bedtime story out of thin air on the spur of the moment, sometimes starting with something mundane that had happened the same day, but never telling the same story twice. We kids were spellbound as we listened quietly—probably the only quiet time during the day—to Granddad tell his bedtime tales. Ah, what I would give for a book of those stories today! This was no sentimental softy charming the children. He had a grip of iron when he squeezed your knee, and his word was law when settling squabbles. He had been a lumberjack, a plumber, a furniture re-upholsterer, and eventually a dairy farmer to feed his kids while others stood in bread lines. Skinny as a rail and tough as nails, none of my larger uncles would stand up to him. But he had a soft spot for kids, and an imagination to rival Mother Goose. He also had an old red dog named Fritz. Nobody knew what kind of dog Fritz was, but he was about the size of a border collie, covered head to toe with long rusty red hair, and his tail held up like a flag. This was a farm dog: twice a day Granddad would make a small hand motion telling Fritz to go get the cows. That sleepy red dog would suddenly tear out of the yard like a tornado, streaking down the hill, across the creek and up through a distant pasture. A half hour later, he’d bring 60 dairy cows slowly into the barn for milking. Fritz was an amazing dog, quick to find the cows, but never rushing them to the barn, so they never lost their milk. And he never left one out to pasture, bringing in every stray. One cold, stormy Christmas Eve, Granddad told a bedtime story about his forgetting the cows had been shut in the barn all day due to the weather, and sending Fritz out to bring them in for milking by mistake. Fritz was off like a flash, skidding around the corner of the barn to find the cows. He was gone an unusually long time. After awhile, Granddad remembered the cows were still in the barn. He began to wonder what was taking Fritz so long to figure it out and started milking, when suddenly there was a loud commotion at the barn door, which remained open about a foot. Granddad looked up to find a mob of every goose, chicken and barn cat on the farm squeezing through the door opening, carefully herded by that red dog Fritz. Not finding any cows in the pasture, Fritz had done the best he could, bringing everything else he could find into the barn. Apparently Fritz had a rather strong herding instinct, and wanted everyone to be included. We kids all laughed and marveled at this story of the red dog with a determined but gentle Christmas spirit. Then we went quietly to bed.
  2. Name: Little Wings Category: Events and Get Togethers Date Added: 2018-12-29 Submitter: DeputyDogRick The last two years I have appeared with the Adaptive Ballet in Milford, Ct and it has become one of the most endearing events of the Season. I hope all of your seasons were Merry and Bright Little Wings
  3. DeputyDogRick

    Little Wings

    The last two years I have appeared with the Adaptive Ballet in Milford, Ct and it has become one of the most endearing events of the Season. I hope all of your seasons were Merry and Bright
  4. NORPAC SANTAS is very excited to announce that we are bringing True back!! Last fall we brought Santa True's CPW to our 8th Annual Northwest Santa Workshop and it was a great success! True left our attendees wanting more. So, we are so happy to have him back June 9th & 10th in the Seattle area ( Sumner, WA ) for two full days of intense training only True can do! Make your plans now to Join Us. NORPAC SANTAS Members and Non-Members welcome to attend. Go to our website NORPAC-SANTAS.ORG for registration form and to pay via PayPal.
  5. NORPAC SANTAS 8th Annual Northwest Santa Workshop at Great Wolf Lodge - Grand Mound,WA Friday, November 3 and Saturday, November 4, 2017 Social gathering on Thursday evening, November 2 We are delighted to have Santa True join us this year as our featured guest speaker for several sessions. Santa True (Robert Seutter) has more than 25 years of professional storytelling experience. He loves making folks smile with his singing, storytelling, and truly interactive style! ChristmasPerformerWorkshops.com Workshop Summary and Highlights Valuable instruction by Santa True ~ Santa and Mrs. Claus Pictures in the pool ~ bucket dump photo in water park Buffet Lunch Saturday ~ included with your registration Gift Baskets Raffle and Drawing Parade ~ through Great Wolf Lodge lobby in full dress Workshop registration fee: Santa or Mrs. Claus, $70 Member (includes all IBRBS members) $105 Non-Member. Couples registration: $100 Member; $135 Non-Member. For more information, please visit: www.norpac-santas.org or contact Trever Waltos: SantaT@comcast.net, 253.732.1482. Special discounted room rates available (but limited) at Great Wolf Lodge * Workshop Registration & Room Reservations open Tues. Aug 1
  6. Name: Santa is Not Just for Christmas Anymore. Category: Member Videos Date Added: 2017-08-03 Submitter: ImSanta We are all very busy in December, but what about the rest of the year? Here's my recent effort to help promote some Summer Santa activities. Santa Dan Greenleaf ImSanta.Org santa@ImSanta.org Santa is Not Just for Christmas Anymore.
  7. We are all very busy in December, but what about the rest of the year? Here's my recent effort to help promote some Summer Santa activities. Santa Dan Greenleaf ImSanta.Org santa@ImSanta.org
  8. DALLAS - After nearly three decades, Children's Health has confirmed to WFAA that it will no longer host its annual holiday parade. "We have decided to move forward with other new and meaningful ways to bring cheer to families in our community this holiday season," hospital spokesman Scott Summerall said on Tuesday. "We are considering ways to celebrate and honor the parade’s history in its 30th year, but still ironing out details of a potential event." Summerall says Children's Health will still host other holiday events, like its annual Holiday Tree Lighting at its Dallas and Plano campuses, Breakfast with Santa, and its Holiday Patient Party. "These events are beloved by our patients, families and team members, and are an important component of fulfilling our mission to make life better for children," he said. Last December the Children's Health Holiday Parade was canceled for the second time in almost 30 years due to inclement weather. Summerall tells WFAA that because of this, it made organizers reassess hosting the parade since it's such a massive undertaking. Director of HTE Dance, Jeffrey Giles, says he and former parade director Cassie Collins have filed a permit with the City of Dallas to host the parade, and will be reaching out to sponsors soon. © 2017 WFAA-TV SOURCE
  9. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE 2017 EVENT It is time for “Santa Gathering 2017”. It is our 5th year that the registration has not changed. It will remain at $125 per person for all of the fun activities. Thursday: Registration, and Dinner Friday: Golf 18 holes w/shot gun start (miniature golf that is) Riddlesbrood Touring Theatre Company Mystery Diner Oh no!!! The computers at the North Pole have been hacked. We don’t want the word to leak out, but all we know at this time is that Santa has requested that all of his helpers come to the “Santa Gathering 2017” in Lancaster, Pa. Oh, yes by the way he wants us to dress in full suit for the dinner on Friday night. The big guy will also be there. (we got this on the QT, Santa will have Sherlock Holmes accompanying him). If any more information comes down from Santa we will make sure you are the first to hear what’s going on. Saturday: Dutch Wonderland Dinner Fashion Show Group Photo Also, a visit to the “National Christmas Center” either Friday or Saturday. There will be vendors and classes will be held on Friday and Saturday. Yes, all of this for $125 per person which we have maintained from the very beginning. We want all of the Santa’s, Mrs. Claus and helpers to come and Relax, Learn, Teach, Converse and Network with our Brothers and Sisters. But we need your help, please pass the word, let everyone know. We are the best keep secret. If you belong to a group put the word out. We would love to make this the biggest “Gathering” yet. It is our 5th consecutive year. Go to santagathering.com for all of the information and registration form. If you have any questions, please direct it too one of the committee members that are listed. If you a vendor or company and would like to have a flyer placed in the registration packets to get the word out about your company, please contact Santa Rick. We are going to do something very special and that is to open the Mystery Dinner to the public and give them the opportunity to be seated with Santa and Mrs. Claus. What an exciting time this will be for them. It is going to let them go back to the childhood and spending time with Santa, wow.... Have a great day and we will see you in September, Your 2017 Santa Gathering Committee
  10. 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
  11. Tim Etter

    Santa Jim Yellig Celebration

    In answer to our petition, the State Of Indiana granted Jim Yellig it's highest civilian honor, The Sagamore of the Wabash! We will be presenting his daughter, Pat Koch, the award on February 25th 11AM CST. This will be done at the Santa Claus Museum in Santa Claus Indiana. Afterwards, there will be a wreath ceremony at his grave site. (And then lunch at the Chateau in Mariha Hills. Santa Jim owned this restaurant and bar!) All are invited to attend to help us celebrate the life and wonderful legacy of this great man! We will be broadcasting this live on Facebook Live. ( Details on who to follow will be coming.)
  12. It's hard to believe that NORPAC SANTAS will be hosting our 7th Annual Northwest Santa Workshop at Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound,WA on November 4th & 5th with early arrival and check in on the 3rd. We will be gathering together for a fun weekend of networking, learning and kinship among our fellow brothers and sisters in red and green. Yes, I said green! If you've attended one of our workshops, you know The Grinch himself always makes an appearance. We will be having panel discussions on Scheduling and Booking Agents & Business Organization. Guest Speaker Dr. Shawna Purcell on helping Santa & Mrs Claus stay healthy. Also, Christmas Karaoke with Santa Ramsey Cowlinshaw, Santa Olympics and Fun Entertainment with Danny Vernon's "Illusion Of Elvis" show. And as always, the now infamous Santa Bucket Dump in the water park area of Great Wolf Lodge. If you'll be in the area and would like to join us, there's still time to register and book a room at GWL. Although, staying at GWL is not a requirement of attending the workshop. You can get all the info at www.norpac-santas.org
  13. We're headed to Cape Cod this weekend for the Nothereast Santas Get Together at the Cape Cod Irish Village Inn! Who here is coming?
  14. SantaT

    SantaT JB 2015.jpg

    From the album: Santa T's 2015

    © www.tkringle.com

  15. SantaT

    Dancing SantaT 2015.jpg

    From the album: Santa T's 2015

    © Santa T - www.tkringle.com

  16. Santa Travis

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    From the album: santa 2016

    2016 picture
  17. SantaT

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    From the album: Santa T's 2015

    Santa T ready!

    © mousepotographae.com

  18. SantaT

    Santa-T-TQ-10.12.2015-web.jpg

    From the album: Santa T's 2015

    a very lucky and surprised Santa T indeed!

    © mousephotographae.com

  19. jihigesantadave

    Osaka Great Santa Run logo

    From the album: Great Santa Run 2015

    This is another logo used for the Osaka Great Santa Run. Much better than the arrowhead for an eye log.
  20. jihigesantadave

    Did you win?!

    From the album: Great Santa Run 2015

    This is a picture of the capsules that will be handed out to kids along the fun run path. Each capsule has a piece of candy and a type of lottery ticket. Holders of winning tickets will be able to pick up prizes at the goal line. I was asked by the committee to help hand out the presents to the winning children.

    © Kitakyushu Great Santa Run

  21. jihigesantadave

    3 Days To Go

    From the album: Great Santa Run 2015

    The staff of the Kitakyushu Great Santa Run asked me to print out and pose with the paper shown in the picture. Caption: 3 Days until the Kitakyushu Great Santa Run

    © Santa Dave Brown

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