UNDATED -- The hundreds of letters to Santa written by Minnesota children will all end-up in one place -- Natalie Sorvani's desk.  She's the Manager of the Consumer Affairs Department for the U.S. Postal Service in Minnesota.

She says both the volume of letters and what the kids have to say make the task overwhelming at times.

Sorvani says they try to look at every letter they receive and respond with a postcard to the child.  She says, if some letters have special requests they try to get that letter to someone who can help.

They'll receive about 200 letters a day between now and Christmas.