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By JENNIFER FITCH | November 26, 2007
Megan McKean, 5, left, and Alyssa McKean, 6, arrange reindeer in the yard of their Waynesboro, Pa., home on Sunday.
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Paula Green Shupp | Around Williamsport | December 6, 2011
You still can see Charlie Brown Christmas - Reindeer in the Rafters at Springfield Farm Barn on Saturday and Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m. There is an amazing array of lighted trees and decorations. Santa will be there each night, along with the giant talking bear. Electric trains, nightly entertainment and refreshments add to the fun. Admission is free. Donations are appreciated. Dinner theater returns to Williamsport U.M. Church On Sunday, Elkin, Fester and the gang make a return appearance at Williamsport United Methodist Church, 25 E. Church St., with the play "Return to Cricket County.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | November 26, 2007
Today Jeff Latta will watch out. He certainly won't cry. He's not going to pout. And I'll tell you why. He's a U.S. Marine. So he'll already have a plan when he starts to decorate his girlfriend's front yard with approximately 1,500 lights today. He's tested the lights and sketched out how to line them up. He's prepared for blown fuses. He's done this before. He's even placed in contests for holiday dcor. And all because he was impressed by his paper carrier's holiday decorations 25 years ago and wanted to try something like that himself.
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December 13, 2004
More than a dozen reindeer have landed in the front yard of Ralph DeVore's Caldwell Court home in Williamsport.
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December 1, 2000
Students rehearse holiday show By STACEY DANZUSO / Staff Writer, Chambersburg CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - They may miss a few cues, but Stephanie Salisbury knows the 120 students at the Franklin Learning Center will make the annual Christmas show a success. continued "No matter what they do, it will be great because of the kids," said Salisbury, the music teacher at the school for students with learning disabilities and special needs. Students have spent the last two weeks rehearsing "The Rockin' Reindeer," an hour-long program with Christmas carols at the end. The students will perform today at noon at the Chambersburg Area Council for the Arts TGIF at the First Lutheran Church on Washington Street in Chambersburg, and at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and 12:30 p.m. Dec. 8 at the school at 2397 Loop Road.
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By HEATHER KEELS | heather.keels@herald-mail.com | December 10, 2010
Dressed in a star-spangled blue coat and red and white striped pants, the Santa Claus who greeted visitors at Antietam National Battlefield Friday might have seemed oddly out of uniform. Actually, he told his audience, the outfit was one of many Santa has been depicted wearing over the years. In the Jan. 3, 1863 edition of Harper’s Weekly, an illustration by Thomas Nast showed Santa decked out in stars and stripes, distributing gifts to children and Civil War soldiers.
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By Scott Butki | January 6, 2008
While not receiving nearly as much media coverage as the Mitchell Report on steroid use in Major League Baseball, the so-called Blitzen Report on drug use has shaken the North Pole to its core. The report, named after reindeer co-author Blitzen (no known first name), has raised questions about whether there will be drug screening at future reindeer games. It has, though, explained how Santa has been able to reach so many houses despite the world's increased population. "Put simply, we set out to determine who has been naughty and who has been nice and a lot of important people will be getting coal this Christmas," the report begins.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | November 9, 2008
HALFWAY - Three-year-old Marley Knight shifted from foot to foot, her deep-red velvet dress swinging to and fro as she contemplated whether she should move toward the large bearded character. He was, after all, offering a coloring book. And asking what she wanted to Christmas. Marley took a couple of slow steps forward, warily eyeing this Mr. Claus. In a snap, she snatched the coloring book from his gloved hand and zipped back to her post several feet away. "She told me she wasn't going to go up to him," said Marley's father, Craig Knight, 36, of Maugansville.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | November 8, 2008
HALFWAY -- Three-year-old Marley Knight shifted from foot to foot, her deep-red velvet dress swinging to and fro as she contemplated whether she should move toward the large bearded character. He was, after all, offering a coloring book. And asking what she wanted to Christmas. Marley took a couple of slow steps forward, warily eyeing this Mr. Claus. In a snap, she snatched the coloring book from his gloved hand and zipped back to her post several feet away. "She told me she wasn't going to go up to him," said Marley's father, Craig Knight, 36, of Maugansville.
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by SCOTT BUTKI | November 23, 2004
scottb@herald-mail.com HAGERSTOWN - With a green Christmas tree drawn on her left cheek and a wrapped present drawn on her right, Savanna Smith was in the spirit of the annual tree-lighting ceremony at Hagerstown's Public Square Monday evening. In addition to having her face painted at the event, Savanna, 7, was given a balloon in the shape of a reindeer, which she proudly wore on her head. Asked to summarize the event, she said, "It is fun. " "It is good to see the community come together," her father, Russell Smith, said.
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Paula Green Shupp | Around Williamsport | December 6, 2011
You still can see Charlie Brown Christmas - Reindeer in the Rafters at Springfield Farm Barn on Saturday and Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m. There is an amazing array of lighted trees and decorations. Santa will be there each night, along with the giant talking bear. Electric trains, nightly entertainment and refreshments add to the fun. Admission is free. Donations are appreciated. Dinner theater returns to Williamsport U.M. Church On Sunday, Elkin, Fester and the gang make a return appearance at Williamsport United Methodist Church, 25 E. Church St., with the play "Return to Cricket County.
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By HEATHER KEELS | heather.keels@herald-mail.com | December 10, 2010
Dressed in a star-spangled blue coat and red and white striped pants, the Santa Claus who greeted visitors at Antietam National Battlefield Friday might have seemed oddly out of uniform. Actually, he told his audience, the outfit was one of many Santa has been depicted wearing over the years. In the Jan. 3, 1863 edition of Harper’s Weekly, an illustration by Thomas Nast showed Santa decked out in stars and stripes, distributing gifts to children and Civil War soldiers.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | November 9, 2008
HALFWAY - Three-year-old Marley Knight shifted from foot to foot, her deep-red velvet dress swinging to and fro as she contemplated whether she should move toward the large bearded character. He was, after all, offering a coloring book. And asking what she wanted to Christmas. Marley took a couple of slow steps forward, warily eyeing this Mr. Claus. In a snap, she snatched the coloring book from his gloved hand and zipped back to her post several feet away. "She told me she wasn't going to go up to him," said Marley's father, Craig Knight, 36, of Maugansville.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | November 8, 2008
HALFWAY -- Three-year-old Marley Knight shifted from foot to foot, her deep-red velvet dress swinging to and fro as she contemplated whether she should move toward the large bearded character. He was, after all, offering a coloring book. And asking what she wanted to Christmas. Marley took a couple of slow steps forward, warily eyeing this Mr. Claus. In a snap, she snatched the coloring book from his gloved hand and zipped back to her post several feet away. "She told me she wasn't going to go up to him," said Marley's father, Craig Knight, 36, of Maugansville.
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By Scott Butki | January 6, 2008
While not receiving nearly as much media coverage as the Mitchell Report on steroid use in Major League Baseball, the so-called Blitzen Report on drug use has shaken the North Pole to its core. The report, named after reindeer co-author Blitzen (no known first name), has raised questions about whether there will be drug screening at future reindeer games. It has, though, explained how Santa has been able to reach so many houses despite the world's increased population. "Put simply, we set out to determine who has been naughty and who has been nice and a lot of important people will be getting coal this Christmas," the report begins.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | November 26, 2007
Megan McKean, 5, left, and Alyssa McKean, 6, arrange reindeer in the yard of their Waynesboro, Pa., home on Sunday.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | November 26, 2007
Today Jeff Latta will watch out. He certainly won't cry. He's not going to pout. And I'll tell you why. He's a U.S. Marine. So he'll already have a plan when he starts to decorate his girlfriend's front yard with approximately 1,500 lights today. He's tested the lights and sketched out how to line them up. He's prepared for blown fuses. He's done this before. He's even placed in contests for holiday dcor. And all because he was impressed by his paper carrier's holiday decorations 25 years ago and wanted to try something like that himself.
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By MEGHAN BARR | November 17, 2007
On cold December nights in Fremont, Neb., a glowing white figure rises above the treetops. Her robe sparkles in the darkness. Her halo shimmers. Stretching 36 feet into the sky, she's the tallest Christmas decoration most people have ever seen. She might be the most expensive, too, at a price that could buy a luxury car. But to Debbie Durham, 58, who had the towering angel designed for her yard, it's more than just a lawn ornament. "The first angel I ever put up was above my garage," Durham says.
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by DON AINES | December 12, 2005
GREENCASTLE, PA. chambersburg@herald-mail.com At the end of Sunday afternoon's Heritage Christmas Home Tour, Cathy Mohn of Quincy, Pa., paid high praise to the hosts of this season's event. "They all felt like homes. They weren't like museums," said Mohn, who toured the five homes on the tour. "They were tastefully done. They didn't do too much to them. " Anne Larue, a member of the Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce's Home Tour Committee, said more than 300 people purchased the $10 tickets to take a walk through the homes and the Greencastle Otterbein United Brethren Church, where many of the participants stopped for refreshments.
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December 13, 2004
More than a dozen reindeer have landed in the front yard of Ralph DeVore's Caldwell Court home in Williamsport.
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