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Dear Santa: 'I Want You to Change the World'

Debi Logman's second-grade class hand-wrote letters to Santa, asking for everything from help for the poor to stopping (and winning) the war in Afghanistan. Take a look.

It's an annual tradition at St. Eugene School in Fox Point that second and third-graders take a moment to write to that holly jolly man in red and make a few requests. 

This year, students in Debi Logman's class asked mostly for Santa to help the poor, end the war in Afghanistan and how he and Mrs. Claus were doing. Students colored on their letters and there's even a Santa decked out in a pink suit this year. 

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Editor's Note: Have your kids written a letter to Santa? We would love to see it! If you have a letter that you'd like us to share on Patch, please email a copy of it to editor Sarah Worthman at: sarah.worthman@patch.com.

Sarah Worthman December 12, 2012 at 06:29 PM
What are your kids asking for this Christmas?
Sharon Webster December 20, 2012 at 01:37 AM
Those are priceless!

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