McCall collects for Santa’s Magic Ride |

McCall collects for Santa’s Magic Ride

Provided to the TribuneMcCall Realty Realtors surrounded by gifts they collected for Santa's Magic Ride are, from left, front row, Margo Lukins, Judee Adams, Jon Kolb, Fletch the dog, and Mike Yagi. In the middle row are Tim Johnson and Lorie Chapman. Standing are Peter Delilli, Joe Olson, Bill McIntosh, Thane McCall, Katherine Borges and Bill Hodges.

For the 10th year in a row, Santa’s Magic Ride has soared into Lake Tahoe bringing holiday cheer and gifts to children of the area with needs. For the sixth consecutive year, McCall Realty has supported this special and worthwhile cause by hosting designated gift drop sites at their South Lake Tahoe and Stateline offices.

Since 1992, Santa’s Magic Ride has worked with South Lake Tahoe schools to identify children in need and provide them with the special holiday gifts they request. These children’s “Dear Santa” letters and wish lists are distributed to gift-buying volunteers who deliver their presents to designated drop-off sites. The week before Christmas the gifts are delivered to the children.

Providing children with the special gift they want is what makes Santa’s Magic Ride so unique and so magical. Through its generous supporters Santa’s Magic Ride has been able to deliver gifts to more than 500 children in need each year. McCall Realty appreciates the encouragement of all its friends and neighbors as they share their joy and love this holiday season and help support Santa’s Magic Ride.

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