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December 2, 2006

Albany -- Santa made an early stop in Albany, and took time to have a good meal with some children.

St. Nick made a stop at the Thronateeska Heritage Center for the annual Breakfast and Santa event. Along with breakfast, children also got to fill out their wish lists to give Santa.

The event helps the museum promote their "Season of Light" planetarium show and the more than 2500 Santa figurines they currently have on display.

Children of course say the real Santa was the highlight of their day.

"I like him because he brings you toys. And if you're on the naughty list and he'll give you coal," said Tyrik Adams.

The Santa museum and planetarium shows will run until the end of December on Thursdays through Saturdays from 12 to 4 p.m.

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