STR AIGHT TALK

What's your favourite Christ­mas tra­di­tion?

The Glengarry News - - News -

Anne Ber­trand, Dun­ve­gan:

Our fam­ily al­ways gets to­gether about a month be­fore Christ­mas and we make tour­tières that we serve on Christ­mas Eve and Christ­mas Day.

Ar­lene Ken­tell, Sum­mer­stown:

Or­ga­niz­ing the an­nual Christ­mas Tea for Salem Church. I have been do­ing it for five years now.

El­iz­a­beth Ed­wards, Wil­liamstown:

My sib­lings and I like to make snow forts just be­fore Christ­mas.

Bruce Leitch, Wil­liamstown:

Wil­liamstown had its first Christ­mas pa­rade this year and I hope that be­comes a tra­di­tion.

Margo MacRae, Alexan­dria:

Singing Christ­mas car­ols. I used to do it a long time ago and I en­joyed singing im­mensely.

Lorne Ross, Ap­ple Hill:

Go­ing to Car­ols by Can­dle­light at the Pres­by­te­rian Church in Maxville. My wife and I have been go­ing for as long as they have been putting it on.

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