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Dial-A-Santa Gets You In Touch With Saint Nick

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  Original Published: 12/11/2013

Looking for a faster way to get in touch with Santa than snail mail? Just "Dial-A-Santa"!

And that's exactly what many local children and their families did Wednesday evening.

The Mansfield Community Club and Graham Automall hosted this fun event. It's fun and free, and was a chance for children to talk directly to Santa, Mrs. Claus, Rudolph and the whole gang of elves!

Since Santa is *Very* busy this time of year, local elves helped out and sent the children's messages directly to the North Pole.

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