Santa Claus received a warm welcome at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre last month

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Santa Claus and children's entertainer Charlotte Diamond were given a warm welcome at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre last month.

Santa Claus was given a warm welcome at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre last month, where a large crowd of children and their parents gathered to cheer on the Jolly Old Elf’s arrival.

Prior to a performance by Charlotte Diamond, young ones had the opportunity Nov. 20 to make tambourines to play along with the well-known entertainer.

Santa will be at the mall and available for photos daily until Christmas Eve – visit www.shopsemiahmoo.com for a detailed schedule.

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