Sam Coplon: A Santa Claus Worth Remembering (Conclusion) – Adirondack Almanack (press release) (blog)

Sam Coplon: A Santa Claus Worth Remembering (Conclusion)
Adirondack Almanack (press release) (blog)
In June 1932, Sam Coplon recognized a second opportunity to cheer Adirondack children. Adding something new to his repertoire, he visited the offices of the North Creek Enterprise, which had advertised his upcoming appearance to distribute cap guns to

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Cumberland Lodge: A Name I’ll Keep Remembering For Special Reasons… – HuffPost


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Cumberland Lodge: A Name I'll Keep Remembering For Special Reasons…
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… unexpected gifts from an uninvited Santa Claus randomly running across the flat like a confused spirit. However, my mother was not happy about any Christmas trees being put there due to the flat's health and safety concerns and Santa Claus never

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Remembering a superhero’s legacy: The JackStrong Foundation – The Exponent Telegram (press release) (registration)


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Remembering a superhero's legacy: The JackStrong Foundation
The Exponent Telegram (press release) (registration)
He would visit other children, hold their hands and talk to them at their bedside — dressed as Batman, Spider-Man and even Santa Claus at Christmas, Brooke said. So, in memory of Jack, the foundation was started to help families in similar situations.

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Now and Then: Remembering Leesburg’s Santa Claus – Daily Commercial

Now and Then: Remembering Leesburg's Santa Claus
Daily Commercial
Robert L. “Bunny” Stevens was head of the Leesburg fire department and brought professionalism to the city from 1937 until retirement in 1962. But Stevens left a greater legacy during the holiday season when he dressed and played the part of Santa

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Remembering Larry Marston: Santa Claus for more than 20 years – PennLive.com (blog)


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Remembering Larry Marston: Santa Claus for more than 20 years
PennLive.com (blog)
Larry was a great Santa Claus, all the kids loved him. I never knew a man that could tell you about any flower or tree and how to care for them. His garden showed his love. He was always a hit at the flea markets and could sell anything. He was a

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Remembering the year Santa didn’t smile – Haverhill Gazette

Boucher’s life was filled with a sense of wonder. Every day was Christmas in Boucher’s heart. When you impersonate Santa Claus for so many years, it sort of consumers you. You’d find him “ho-ho-ing” his way through parties and soirees with unbridled gusto. View full post on santa claus – Bing News