Santa arrived via helicopter to the delight of all the children of Copper Basin. He landed on the Ray football field and made his way via Bill Loehr’s one-horse open sleigh (AKA Bill’s Ford Mustang convertible) to the School Ramada where children young and – ahem – not so young told him their holiday wishes.

Santa arrived via helicopter to the delight of all the children of Copper Basin. He landed on the Ray football field and made his way via Bill Loehr’s one-horse open sleigh (AKA Bill’s Ford Mustang convertible) to the School Ramada where children young and – ahem – not so young told him their holiday wishes.

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