Free Call From Santa
December 24, 2011 by staff
Free Call From Santa, Kids in Pike County who are expecting a visit from Santa Clause Saturday night should do their best to be in bed by 9 p.m., according to the Santa tracking team at the North American Aerospace Defense Command.
“Santa typically visits people’s homes between 9 p.m. and midnight,” said Stacey Knott, social media specialist and volunteer Santa tracker at NORAD.
Knott said kids and parents can call or log on to noradtrackssanta.org to check Santa’s flight status on Christmas Eve.
“Santa usually starts his flight over the eastern hemisphere,” Knott explained. “As Santa makes his way into North America, kids should jump in bed. If they are not asleep, Santa won’t stop at their house.”
But if you are traveling to see grandparents or other friends and family on Christmas Eve, that’s OK. Santa can adjust his schedule. Knott said kids won’t be missing out on presents just because they can’t be home.
“Santa knows everything. He knows when you are naughty or nice. He knows when you are home or not,” Knott explained.
And there are a couple of new features this year to help families stay on top of Santa’s location. There’s an iPhone and Android Santa tracking app available for free download, and OnStar is now helping out. Knott said that OnStar subscribers can push their call button on Christmas Eve and ask an operator where Santa is along his journey.
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