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Santa's 35th spectacular arrival in Southborough

Santa's helper, also known as Event Chair Tessa Herbold, and Santa Claus disembark from the helicopter at St. Mark's School field.

Southborough – Families gathered Dec. 15 for the 35th annual Santa Day to see the special guest land by helicopter on St. Mark's School field. Afterward, children had the opportunity to meet Santa at the Community House, where refreshments and entertainment were provided. The longtime tradition is organized by Kindergroup, a cooperative playgroup in Southborough. Santa has arrived at the event by helicopter each year except once, when a storm grounded him and he was transported by fire truck.? (Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.)

 

 

 

 

 

Caden Deal, 3, is happy to shake hands simultaneously with Santa and his helper.

(l to r) Lilah-Eve Duncan, 6, and her friends William Johnston, 4, and his sister, Molly, 6, watch Santa's helicopter land.

Crossing the street toward the Community House, Santa is flanked by (l to r) helpers Kim Regan and Maureen Hayes of Kindergroup.

Southborough resident Dave Garden, of Music Together, sings holiday songs at the Community House.

Matthew Carreras, 6, shares his gift wishes with Santa at the Community House.

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