Santa Pays a Visit to North Salem in Annual ‘Candy Cane Run’

Croton Falls Fire Department crew. Credits: Deena Bell
Assistant Croton Falls Fire Chief, Dan Dreyer and his son Matthew, 11, try to start a snowball fight. Credits: Deena Bell
Vicky Progitano with Lucas, 2, and Nicholas, 6, are all smiles as they see and hear the trucks bringing Santa to their neighborhood. Credits: Deena Bell
“I’ve been good,” thinks Golden Retriever Layla as she gets a hug from Richard Taylor as Brea, a 10-month- old Wheaton Terrier, is on the alert for Santa. Credits: Deena Bell
Rudolph would be jealous, seeing all the red “noses” coming through the fog to bring Santa. Credits: Deena Bell
Fallon Midget, 8, says “thank you” for her candy cane. Credits: Deena Bell
Jill Sable holds Kelsey, 2. Credits: Deena Bell
Emma Greenberg,7, Leah Malvino, 7, Josh Greenberg, 11, Chase Sable, 6, Jake Greenberg, 11, Connor Sable, 4 and Kelsey Sable (in front), 2, joined the fun. Credits: Deena Bell
The Santa train stops for a quick break before their next round. Firefighter Max Fitzgerald and 2nd Assistant Chief Trish Gallagher lead the convoy. Credits: Deena Bell
Nine-year-old Mia Cerny gets her candy cane. Credits: Deena Bell
Justin Werner hands out the candy canes. Credits: Deena Bell
Gracie Gamache,14, Sofia Nowlan,15, Molly Videla, 10, and Hailey Videla, 13, stay dry. Credits: Deena Bell
CJ Casale and Thomas Wilhelm love candy canes. Credits: Deena Bell

Santa pays a visit to North Salem in annual ‘Candy Cane Run.'

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