Community Life

Santa Comes to Town (Fanwood)

Santa and Mini-Me (better known as 2 1/2 month old Owen Kehoe) Credits: John Mooney
Santa's Helpers from Fanwood Fire Dept. Credits: John Mooney
Elf Abby helped Santa Credits: John Mooney
Owen Kehoe (and Laura Kehoe) are wide-eyed waiting for Santa. Credits: John Mooney
It's not just the kids who want a memento during the Fanwood Fire Dept.'s "Santa run"on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. Credits: Brian Horton
That's one for the family album as Santa poses for a photo with a family on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015.    Credits: John Mooney
Parents line up to shoot pictures of their kids with Santa during the Fanwood Fire Dept.'s "Santa run" on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015.  Credits: Brian Horton
A youngster comes forward to get his gift from Santa in Fanwood on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015.   Credits: Brian Horton
Kids and adults alike watch as Santa pulls on to their street during the Fanwood Fire Dept.'s "Santa run" on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. Credits: Brian Horton
Santa is the center of attention while delivering gifts in Fanwood on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. Credits: Brian Horton
Volunteers from the Fanwood Fire Dept. and Fanwood Rescue Squad pose for a photo with Santa before starting out on the annual "Santa run" on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. Credits: Br
Santa and his helpers from Fanwood FD worked day and night to deliver gifts throughout the borough. Credits: John Mooney

FANWOOD, NJ -- Escorted by the Fanwood Fire Dept., Rescue Squad and Fanwood Police PBA 123, Santa Claus made his annual ride through the borough on Saturday.

The big man distributed gifts throughout town to the children who waited patiently (sometimes) for him.


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