JACKSON – As mayor, Michael Reina holds many meetings with numerous individuals all the time, but once a year, he meets up with a rather noted person who dresses in red and who lives far north of the township.
That session is coming up soon. The mayor has scheduled a meeting with Santa Claus to personally hand deliver letters for Santa that were written by children from Jackson Township.
In order to ensure that Santa has enough time to write a letter back before Christmas, all letters must be received in the mayor’s office by December 10.
These letters should be addressed to: Santa Claus c/o Mayor Michael Reina, 95 West Veterans Highway, Jackson, NJ 08527. The mayor has asked that parents and guardians be sure that their child’s full name, age, and address are clearly legible.
Children can also visit with Santa in person on December 4 during the township’s annual Christmas tree lighting that will start at 4:30 p.m. on the grounds of the Township Municipal complex at 95 West Veterans Highway in the back parking lot. Santa will be stopping by to provide some season’s greetings and to help start the holiday season.