Send us your holiday family photos

Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows since us your holiday photos, letters to Santa and Christmas greetings

Send us your holiday family photos

If you have a family photo celebrating the holiday season, share it with The News.

The photo can be recent or from years gone by.

Email it to editor@mapleridgenews.com and we’ll do our best to include it in an upcoming Christmas feature.

Remember to include your family name with the photo. Send as soon as possible, as space is limited.

Deadline: Dec. 7.

 

Send a Letter to Santa:

Have your letter to Santa published in a special holiday section of The News.

Email: editor@mapleridgenews.com

Or mail to : Santa’s Mailbox,

c/o Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News

22328 – 119th Avenue,

Maple Ridge, B.C., V2X 2Z3.

Deadline: Dec. 14.

We will endeavour to print as many letters as space allows from all legible letters received. Letters are non-returnable and become property of this paper.

Additionally, we reserve the right to edit letters as space allows.

 

Holiday greetings:

Is there someone you want to send a holiday greeting to?

Friends, relatives, co-workers and those near and far, wish a happy

holiday to them in The News.

Email holidaygreetings@mapleridgenews.com and watch for our special greetings feature published in The News on Dec. 21.

Deadline: Dec. 14.

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