Featuring information about the opening of Radio City Music Hall.
To all North Pole City Elves, those in Santa’s Village, in the Lower 48 and all around the world, this is your weekly update for the week of December 27, 2021. I'm your host Walter “Mistletoe” Livingstone, let’s go to press.
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|Update from Santa’s Village. Just because you see the lights on in Santa’s Workshop it still does not mean that the workshop is open just yet. Maintenance elves are still working on clean-up and switching over to next year's season. They are expected to be completed some time next week, so take this extra time to spend with your friends and family before production begins for the 2022 season.|
|Edward Hinklemyer reports that Santa and Mrs. Claus is away for the next couple of weeks on a much needed vacation. Santa successfully delivered 7.63 billion presents this year without any major issues. Although they are supposed to be relaxing and enjoying the warm waters in the Caribbean, Santa has already sent messages back to headquarters. One of the major things he wants to address when he returns is the new toy designs for next season. If you have new ideas and plans, you should be working on them now and be ready to present in a couple of weeks.|
|January’s focus on TAOLF.com will be on Father Time and Frosty’s web pages. Look for new information coming out on the website throughout the month.|
|Batten down the hatches, an Arctic storm will be hitting North Pole City this week. Expected snowfall will be measured in feet with this one. Snow is expected to start falling later tonight and continue on throughout the week.|
|This week in Elf History, on December 27, 1932, thousands turned out for the opening of Radio City Music Hall, a magnificent Art Deco theater in New York City. Radio City Music Hall was designed as a palace for the people, a place of beauty where ordinary people could see high-quality entertainment. Since its 1932 opening, more than 300 million people have gone to Radio City to enjoy movies, stage shows, concerts and special events.|
|The North Pole City Commerce Association reports a great turn out and success from the “Take-Off” party this year. Starting as soon as Santa left North Pole City, the party went on until after he landed back safe and sound and the reindeer were taken to their stables. Out of respect for Santa and the team to get some much needed rest, the party broke up and a defining hush went over the entire Santa’s Village. Quietly, clean-up efforts began immediately and the entire area is now back to normal settings. Street sweepers waited for a signal from Mrs. Claus that Santa was up from his long nap before they went into operation.|
|Although North Pole City Council is not to meet for another couple of weeks, they have been asked to hold a special meeting for a resolution to honor, Chronis “Gingerbread” Scarbough for his gallant efforts during the “Take Off” party. Chronis was late coming to the party and on his way he noticed some activity out in the woods. While investigating it turned out to be a troll that was planning on attacking the unexpected elves at the party. Acting quickly, he went back to his home and got his snowmobile and chased the Troll away back into the forest. Gingerbread is also going to be recommended for a Golden Candy Cane award with the Department of Elfland Security.|
|Again, as a reminder, teams are filling up fast for this season’s Snowball games. If you have not signed up yet, it is not too late. Please take advantage of your time off and visit your favorite pub or tavern to get on the list.|
|It looks like 2022 is going to be a good year for elf marriages. Well over 2100 couples got engaged this year during the “Take-Off” party, some of which stopped by the WELF-NPC radio booth to register their engagement announcements. “This is the best time to get engaged,” said Whisper “Snickerdoodle” Hinklemyer, “everyone is happy and celebrating, I thought it was time that I asked for her hand in marriage.” Since there are so many engagements, we will not have the time to be announcing them all on the air; however, we will try to compile a list and ask that it be placed on our website.|
|Turning 875 this week, WELF-NPC would like to wish a very happy birthday to Jimmy “Jingle” Yeardley. Jimmy Jingle is responsible for the invention of the bell weather sensors on Santa’s Sleigh that reports the weather conditions back to Flight command. We wish you many, many more happy years.|
This is Walter “Mistletoe” Livingstone with the reminder: It’s only 51 more weeks until next year’s Christmas.
Have a good evening, and be sure to tune in next week for another WELF-NPC North Pole Radio News Update