Noelle Duarte is first Superior kid to write letter to Santa

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Noelle Duarte writes her letter to Santa Claus. (Mila Besich Lira photo)

While she can’t actually write her alphabet and letters, young Noelle Duarte was ready to put her Christmas dreams and wishes down on paper. The Superior Sun was on hand to capture the two-year-old hard at it. Noelle’s not worried, though. She knows that Santa Claus can read any letter from a kid.

She said she wants just a couple of things. She’s asked for a ‘lil car she can drive herself, dress up clothes, a princess doll, a Dora bike and a Mini Mouse Motorcycle. She has places to go!

Noelle is the daughter of Billy Duarte and Carmen Chaidez.

Superior children can mail their wishes to Santa in the special mailbox located at Save Money Market.

Santa has also set up a special email address if you want to send your wishes to him electronically. The email address is santa@minersunbasin.com. And please when emailing include the town where you live so that your letter can be published in the right newspaper. Hurry and get your letters in quick so they can be forwarded to the North Pole in plenty of time for the big day. The deadline to mail letters in Santa’s special mailbox is Dec. 13. Santa needs time to get all the requests fulfilled.

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