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Santa Claus is coming to town
Santa will again be visiting neighborhoods across Bryan County with the help of the Richmond Hill Fire Department and Bryan County Emergency Services. - photo by File photo

He dresses in red, so it makes sense that he would ride in a fire truck.

Firefighters will be bringing Santa to several neighborhoods around the county again this year. These appearances will begin around 6 p.m. but are subject to change depending on availability. They will be collecting unwrapped presents to be distributed through Bryan County Family Connection. Please check the respective departments’ Facebook pages for any schedule changes.

The schedule for Bryan County Emergency Services is:

Dec. 3: Oxford, Cove, Fort McAllister, Bryan Acres, Clarktown, Lindsey Drive, Dixie, Daniel Siding, Baily Plantation, Hope Creek, Shuman, Kelly Davis, Oak Hill.

Dec. 4: Buckhead, Tranquilla Hall, Keller Crossing, Buckhead North.

Dec. 5: Bow Ridge, Laurel Grove, Wicklow, Dunham Marsh, Waterways, Lincoln Estates, Belle Island, Demeries Lake.

Dec. 6: Sweet Hill, Magnolia Marsh, Heron Point, Marsh Harbor, Oak Point, Bluffs, Waterford Landing, Jerico, Belfast.

Dec. 7: Strathy Hall, Holly Hill, Buckhead East.

The schedule for the Richmond Hill Fire Department is:

Dec. 4: Plantation Apartments, Teal Lake, Cypress Pointe.

Dec. 5: Turtle Hill, Richmond Hill Plantation (Timber Trail side).

Dec. 6: Richmond Hill Plantation (golf course side), River Oaks.

Dec. 7: Melrose, the Bottoms.

Dec. 8: Main Street.

Dec. 12: White Oak, Live Oak.

Dec. 13: Richmond Place, Blueberry.

Dec. 14: Piercefield Forest.

Dec. 18: Sterling Creek, Brisbon Hall.

Dec. 19: Sterling Woods, Creekside.

Dec. 20: Richmond Heights, Ashton Apartments, Buckeye Plantation.

Dec. 21: Ponderosa, Mulberry, Rushing Street. 

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