Letterstosanta 300KENTUCKY (12/21/13) — This week SurfKY News wants to share some submissions from our Santa Letter mail box!



My name is Emily and I am two years old. My mommy is helping me write this letter. I would like to wish you and Mrs.Clause and all the elfs a very merry Christmas.
And I.have been.very good girl this year. I would like duck dynasty toys a big Caillou and a kitty.

Thank You
P.s. I will.make sure to leave you cookies and milk. :)


Dear Santa,

This Christmas I would like a Ipod like my brother and sister, a train set, legos, octonaut stuff, tractors, and candy.

Colton Grable

Dear Santa,

My name is Isac Lee Earl.  I live in St.Charles, Ky. I am 5 years old and have been very good all year. I hope my name is on the nice list.  This year I need a robot to help me with my homework. I want an X-BOX 360. The biggest present is a 4-wheeler. Mine tore up in the summer, so now I need another one.  I will leave you some milk and cookies under the tree. I am going to make them myself. I hope you have a safe trip and Merry Christmas!


Dear Santa,

I want a dog, a duck dynasty hat, and a duck dynasty blanket.  I also want 3d dsi.and a elf on a shelf toy

Trevor Insco

Hi Santa how are you doing today? What are you doing? How is Mrs.Claus and the elves doing? How is Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner,  Blitzen, and Rudolph?

All I want for Christmas is: for my papaw to get better,a 2DS,a 2DS games,a cd of Elvis Prasly,and a 24v scoter pocket mod.So, that is all I want for Christmas this year.Have a MERRY CHRISTMAS Santa Claus!


Hey kids! Want to get your letter to Santa Claus published on SurfKY.com? This will give you extra exposure to the big guy and the world! Have your parent (or guardian) send your Santa letter via email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Include name and city, what you want for Christmas, and comments for santa.  Feel free to include photos. Please be brief limiting your entry to a paragraph. We will publish entries on our site again on Saturday, December 21st.  Deadline is Thursday, December 19th at midnight to insure publishing for Saturday morning. Our SurfKY staff and our readers can’t wait to hear what the little ones have to say!

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