Rotary Club of Big Bear Lake
Brings Santa Visits & Christmas Cheer
HO, HO, HO, Santa Claus, the jolly old elf
himself, is planning visits to Big Bear Valley youngsters, bringing early gifts
and taking last minute requests.
Rotary Club of Big Bear Lake will
give Santa some help with its annual Santa visit program providing Valley
youngsters a treat that they won’t soon forget.
For more than 30 years, the Rotary Club has been providing Santa visits
to Valley children. Santa normally
visits upwards of 1,000 children each year.
The visits this year will take place on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,
December 18th, 19th, and 20th, 2014.
will visit any child in the Big Bear Valley, bringing age appropriate gifts to
each child in the family. All families,
both local and visitor, are invited to call for a Santa visit. This is a free service provided through the
generosity of Rotary Club of Big Bear
Lake members, who travel with Santa
as his helpers around the entire valley. Though not necessary, donations are
gladly accepted, and they help to fund the program each year, along with
special gifts of food and toys for those most in need.
arrange a visit from Santa for your little ones, call any one of the
below-listed phone numbers:
Pine Knot Landing (9AM to 5PM) (909) 866-6463
Bruin Trojan Realtors (9AM to 5PM) (909) 585-4991
All Protection Alarm (after 5PM please) (909) 866-6586
Superior Electrical (9 AM to 5 PM) (909) 357-9400 x260
visits are made in the evening hours on the specified dates, and children will
be surprised as they hear the familiar “Ho, Ho, Ho” and the jingle of bells
coming up the walk. Santa will shout out
the name of each child as he enters the home and presents each of them with a
stocking filled with toys. Santa saves
his grand entrance with a sleigh and reindeers and chimney arrival for
miss out!! Reservations are necessary for each Santa visit and will be taken
right up through the week the visits take place. Please call early to get all the details and
to be sure Santa will visit your home this holiday season.