(PHOTOS) North Pole at the Tucker Rec

Kellan Kaim visits with Santa during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.

Tucker, GA — Children and their families had the chance to decorate cookies and ornaments, build a wooden toy and take photos with Santa during North Pole at Tucker Rec hosted by the city of Tucker department of Parks & Recreation on Saturday, Dec. 11 at the Tucker Recreation Center gymnasium.

Five-year-old Jennasia Johnson puts sprinkles on Christmas cookies during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Four-year-old Jaxson Kaim holds his Christmas wish list while he waits in line to see Santa during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Nine-year-old Paisley Nef, on right, trades Christmas jokes with elf Ray Ganga while she waits in line to see Santa with her sister Reagan, 6, and mother Jamie during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Five-year-old Sunshine Scott shows Santa her Christmas wish list during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Ross Huels helps his son Cash, 10, make a wooden yoyo at the toy building table during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Two-year-old Rainey Long looks at the decorations with her mother Gena during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
North Pole at Tucker Rec was moved inside to the Tucker Recreation Center gym because of rain on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
People watch as woodturning artist Mark Sillay shapes ornaments on his lathe during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Five-year-old Marshall Adams colors a wood ornament while his mother Sarah Adams looks on during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Eight-year-old Morgan Lynn paints a snowman on an ornament during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
The Tucker Recreation Center gym was decorated for the North Pole at Tucker Rec holiday event on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
People do crafts at tables spread out around the Tucker Recreation Center gym during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Mrs. Claus said she would put in an order for two front teeth for six-year-old Ellie Rowan while Ellie waited in line to see Santa with her sister Mikayla, 11, on right, during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Ava Rose reaches for a paper snowflake from the arms of her mother Hannah Rose during North Pole at Tucker Rec on Saturday, Dec. 11. Photo by Dean Hesse.

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