They gather and organize all the goodies that Santa puts into stockings around the world and make certain that every gift has some sort of tag with names that are spelled correctly. The elves working the wrapping department have to be very social and diplomatic because they have to work with just about every other area in the Santa effort from the workshop to the Records Department.
That’s why Elf Wally is in charge there now.
Elf Wally has been the weather man on the local television station here at the North Pole for several years. Everybody knows who he is, and, more importantly, they love him.
You see, being a weather man at the North Pole is not much of a challenge. It snows all the time. Wally is famous for not only reporting the weather but also for making it interesting, funny and must-see tv.
Now he takes his considerable talents to the Wrapping Department — one of the highest pressure jobs at the North Pole. Santa insists that everything is presentable and Wally helps to make each gift perfect.
The Wrapping Department may be the largest department at the North Pole. It is always busy and is always a concern when things fall a little behind with Operation Merry Christmas. Wally is just the guy to pull everyone together to get the job done.
Wally lives at the North Pole with his wife and three small children. He enjoys bird watching, a hobby he admits requires a lot of patience here at the North Pole. In his spare time he gardens, sings in the Elf Choir and collects stamps.