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Tara Cook, 6, Cameron Park: “He flies in the sky from the North Pole … the reindeer make him fly.”
Loren Garcia, 4, Cameron Park: “He comes from the North Pole to my school, then here. He brings a lot of presents.”
Jenny Heyn, 9, El Dorado Hills: “He’s at the North Pole with Mrs. Claus. He’s real busy this time of year, so he has helpers like this.”
Haylen Peralta, 6, El Dorado Hills: “He comes from the North Pole, silly. It’s the reindeers … they fly through the air.”
Cameron Landry, 8, El Dorado Hills: “He flies from the North Pole to a spot in the woods and they (the firefighters) meet him and put him up there on the truck. It’s a secret location.”

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